It’s been a month of mixed results for the First Team League wise we drew 2 -2 at home to Haverhill Rovers coming back from 2-0 down. We then lost at home by the odd goal in three to Godmanchester Rovers having played for twenty minutes with ten men. We were thrashed away by third placed Coggeshall Town but then thrashed Wivenhoe Town at home by 4 goals to nil. A brace from Cameron Nichols and a goal apiece for Callum Dongray and Lee Hammond did our goal difference the world of good. In the League Cup we beat Long Melford 6 -5 on penalties following a 1-1 draw. Lee Hammond was our goalscorer in the Suffolk premier Cup we lost 3-0 at home to Brantham Athletic.
Work in the hall is progressing very well and is currently running slightly ahead of schedule. Insulation layers are being installed to each internal wall which will be about six inches thicker once the work is completed.
An initial stage payment representing 30% of the total project cost has now been made. The three new windows have been ordered via the Parish Council and will be installed during the week commencing 6th November. If work continues at this rate the hall may even be available again before Christmas!
Web site capacity has been upgraded which will allow room for expansion with more content. Other changes to content have been made including the amalgamating of the history page into one page as the sections by date were a bit clunky. 28 History Reviews have been added into a searchable table, the rest are to follow now that all the images on the History and Walks pages have been de-linked from the old site – it has taken a while as it is a very laborious process. If you find any images that do not load please report them for correction.
Start: St David’s (9.20am) Distance: 62.7 miles Ave Speed: 10.5 mph Total Distance: 1696.4 miles Finish: Llandysul (6.05 pm) Bike Time: 5h 57min Max Speed: 30.5 mph Total Time: 158h 57min
Quick re-route so as to follow the coast road to Newgale and then head inland to Haycastle. Unfortunately this new route took me, in the end over the Preseli Mountains, but the view was great, the wind blew hard – in the right direction – and the descent was long and fast. Continue reading “Ian’s Cathedrals Ride – Update – Day 31”
Find out more about Ian’s his sponsored cycle ride for St Mary’s here and download a sponsor form. He leaves on Thursday 13th April. He will be at the coffee shop from 10am departing from St Mary’s Church at 10:30.
Come along to wish him well in his endeavours to raise more money for the St. Mary’s Organ and Fabric funds.
Keep an eye out here for regular posts as to his progress.