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Project Lift – update 4

As a follow up to the last update of picutres, as you can see, the buildings are stripped and nearly down.

We have had a great team of dedicated volunteers working constantly on the project 6 days a week since early January. Even though the team has been mostly quite small they have gotten enourmous amounts of work done and are proving that they are the team meant to get the job done.

We should see a couple of more weeks of dismantling, site clean and moving the last of the materials to off-site storage. Transport of the walls has been on going during the project, stacking them on pallets and keeping them on-site with no shelter isn’t really an option. We’ve had to spilt some of it up as we don’t have access to a storage area that will hold ever single bit but with a decent marking and documentation system we know where it all is and which parts we’ll need when we finally start to put the walls up again.

We will keep you updated on any more exciting further developments both here and on Facebook. The important thing is that Charleville Castle Members, Volunteers and Supporters have been bonding together to raise much needed emergency funds for our site Volunteer’s expenses, pay for their Safe Pass course, accommodation and food aswell as on-site equipment and transport costs.

Project lift – Raising the roof!

We’re getting there! Extra help is urgently needed though!

We’re planning on raising the roof of one of the buildings soon, an important milestone on this project. Once the roof the walls won’t take long to come down. Since the roof is one of the most important parts of the building it can also be the most difficult part to disassemble. For that reason we urgently need volunteer riggers and steeple jacks (Carpenters and general helper volunteers needed too) for this phase of the project to proceed quickly.

If you can help contact us through the contact link above or contact Dudley directly – 087 909 2593.

Any help is appreciated for this immense project!

 

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