There were 10 in the gang on Wednesday.
Pete and Mike however went off straight away to attend to an urgent call from CRC where a water leak was affecting the main supply to the P1 toilets, and, worse still, to the coffee machine! A temporary fix was achieved - coffee on tap again - and Mike then went off to buy parts for a permanent repair, which he will do very shortly.
The first job to be tackled was to infill the edges along the new roadway to the barrow crossing. This job is now completed, and you can park your car right up to it now without fear of being nudged by a ready mixed cement lorry.
Here a start is being made with a Kango to excavate the shape of a row of slabs leading from the roadway.
After quite some excavation progress had taken place the volunteers decided to stand in the shade for a bit. Notice the hats, and shorts. White legs to the fore !
A little while later the row of slabs starts to look like something.
Before anyone asks, no, you can't walk along C&W's concrete path, as it slopes downhill away from the toilet block. This is going to be a proper path.
Phil stands in the sun in rather hot looking clothes to check his work.
By close of play the path had been laid with a total of 12 slabs, but a closing shot of the whole thing will have to come next time round. They still need grouting and the edges tidying up.
During the day our ops manager was seen taking the Baguley-Drewry rail inspection car for a run. You can see a little film of it at Broadway here: