Walking through town, there were workmen putting up the scaffolding. It’s getting to the stage that when I see something like this, I am finding it difficult to walk past things like this without at least making an attempt to finds out what is going on.
I spoke to one of the blokes who was working on the site, he was one of the scaffolding erectors. Now, scaffolding is an art form on its own. I’ll see if I can get a picture of it in the morning without the lorry in place.
Anyhow the chap I spoke to couldn’t tell me why the scaffolding is going up, and the chap said, when you see somebody in the window ask them. I need to keep an eye on this.
As a matter of interest, in 1882 this building was constructed for the tailor Henry Masterman.
Otherwise, the lunchtime walk down the high street was as usual interesting in that I was surprised at the number of people out and about. Mind you, the weather was pleasant, so it’s not surprising that people were out in numbers.