|We've got the builders in at the moment, sorting out repairs to the roof of our house. It was built in 1890 and doesn't appear to have received much by way of maintenance in the last forty years or so.|
That being said they've had a good look at it, inside and out, and declared it sound. They certainly knew how to build in those days.
There's no sign of any work being needed on the roof trusses or joists, and once the new leadwork is down and rotten sarking replaced we can look forward to no more drips every time it rains.
Ann also included a number of photographs taken this trip which I'm pleased to be able to share with you.
as it made five journeys, each with a little one, right past their caravan. Quite a sight.