Beverley Shop Inside Shop 2 As It Is Now During Renovation

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Still a bit to do here, Sort out the window I uncovered, replace missing bricks at back of fire place, render walls where needed and tiles on floor. About end of Jan 2013 it maybe finished.

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GasGasL€X on November 30, 2012

Big improvement !

spider52 on November 30, 2012

Thanks lex,I just keep plodding along.I know its the journey thats important however the end could be closer. Have been hard at it since purchasing the shops on 6 of July this year :)

InTheBush on December 2, 2012

Looking great Michael, enjoy the journey, you are so right about that. Every day is a gift. Beautiful job you are doing.

spider52 on December 5, 2012

Lex and Caroline feel free to drop in and have a look around, would be great to see you. Have found the celler under shop 4 the one I have my eyes on to be a gallery for metal artists like myself could be a co-op but will look into it. The celler has been filled in with yellow sand which did disapoint me as to remove it is a huge task and unsure of the out come. Why do people do such things??

GasGasL€X on December 5, 2012

G-Day Mike , I certainly will be dropping in next year... Pity about the cellar being filled in .. seems a silly thing to do.. Probably was the cheapest option to a problem at the time.. Cheers, ~LEx

InTheBush on December 5, 2012

Yes and I bet who-ever it was had no feeling for old buildings...will definitely drop in if I find myself in this neck of the woods Michael.

Diane on December 11, 2012

Oooh, there you are in the window! Nice portrait and fabulous job on these shops. ;D

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