Finally, some weather befitting the time of year. After the coldest and wettest May in memory, June’s been a pleasant assault on the senses – the light and heat making being outside a truly glorious experience.
For many, the last 18 months has been a reminder of what’s important. And in most cases, it’s not stuff, or things, but people.
A few weeks back I mentioned that work was well underway for our double carport. And now I’m delighted to say that it’s complete!
A few weeks ago, I mentioned a type of building that’s proving hugely popular right now. In essence it’s a hybrid – part office/studio workspace, part workshop/store shed.
After what seems like a very long time, next Monday is a landmark day – the most significant easing of lockdown so far. And thanks to a month of freezing cold socialising outside, I can hardly wait to get indoors again!
I don’t know about you, but this bank holiday felt more “normal” than any of the others in the last year or so.
Statement of the obvious: 2020 wasn’t a year to write home about. But although the Stay At Home order was devastating in a number of ways, there were a few upsides.
It’s a bit of an understatement to say we’ve been busy over the last few months. The reality is that ever since Lockdown 1 ended we’ve experienced – wait for it – unprecedented demand for our buildings.
It was rather inevitable wasn’t it? Rather than those two beautiful 20 degree days heralding in the next stage of lockdown easing and the Grand Reopening of the Beer Garden, the temperatures have plunged rather considerably now.
I don’t know about you, but that little slice of freedom tasted good, before the weather turned again and BBQs in the sunshine were replaced with snow showers!