Club chairman Damien Pitts writes …
Day six – 4 March 2017
The shot put circle has now been completely dug out and four sections of the tarmac path on the outside of the track have now been dug up. No further sections of the path are due to be dug up.
A big thank you to the few that came down this morning to help move the pole vault and high jump beds – who knew sponges could be so heavy!
Day eight – 8 March 2017
The steeplechase water jump passed its initial inspection last week for any leaks.
The grass on the inside of the track has started to be cleared away from the track, as well as the grass on the outside edge of the tarmac path that runs around the outside of the track. A pressure washer has started to be used on the tarmac path as well.
The long jump pit has now been empted of sand and is ready for inspection.
The shot putt throwing area has now been dug out and the boarding is started to be around the outside edge of the throwing area.
Day 10 – 10 March 2017
All of the soil from the shot put throwing area has now been removed and the base layer has now been installed.
Work has also continued on the clearing of the concrete curbing on the inside of the track with a pressure washer and the grass on the outside edge of the tarmac path that runs around the outside of the track continues to be cleared away.
Day 13 – 15 March 2017
The base layer of the shot put throwing area has been added to and the edging for the throwing area has now been put in place.
The tarmac path areas that were dug out, have now been resurfaced.
The long jump pit has been inspected and some of the edging needs to be replaced, this will be dug out shortly.