Monthly Archives: December 2015

Workshop Wednesday – Winter Work

While it’s been a very warm December with plenty of the usual distractions, we’ve still managed to make some decent progress down at the mill. We’ve managed to use the gantry to split the 4.5″ gun platform apart. Still some way to go before we can fit the barrel, but plenty of parts to clean […]

A Date That Will Live in Infamy

December 7th, 1941 is remembered as the day the Japanese military launched a surprise attack on the American fleet at Pearl Harbor. This was the inciting incident for the USA declaring war on Japan. Germany, Japan’s ally, then declared war on the USA.

Workshop Wednesday – At the Movies

A special outing on Saturday afternoon saw us at the Curzon Cinema in Clevedon, for a screening of Nöel Coward’s 1945 film ‘Brief Encounter’. What a lovely time we had despite the dreary weather outside! There was a tea dance and hair styling as well as tasty cakes inside, and short films were screened during […]