Not long after our last update we were plunged into another lockdown aimed at curtailing the spread of the coronavirus. As I write this, the lockdown restrictions have eased and it’s possible to meet up with friends outside but the rules still prevent more than two households meeting up outside.
This has undoubtedly hampered our ambitions on site but we will be bounce back stronger when the restrictions are further eased, and we can get back to group meetings on site.
We’ve obtained listed building consent and we’re about to go out to contractors for prices for repairs to the wall, starting with re-building the wall on Windmill Street.
We’ve already spoken to two brilliant Kent-based contractors but if you’re reading this and know someone who specialises in rag stone wall repairs – get in touch!
We’ve also decided to look for up to two additional trustees to support our efforts – you can find the role description and an application form below.
Our trustees oversee the Triangle project and they’re responsible for delivering on the aims of the charity: to protect and conserve the site’s history, and to provide a space for recreation.