Last week a Team of 13 hardy CEMEX souls braved the typically changeable and challenging Scottish weather to lay material to build a previously undeveloped stretch of the west highland way footpath near Glasgow.
Garry Gregory commented: “Starting just after 8am on Wednesday the sunshine from Tuesday had well and truly disappeared and was replaced by heavy rain. Within half an hour thunder and lightning struck which meant we had to down tools on safety grounds.
Once the weather cleared, armed with wheel barrows and shovels, our Team of 13 managed to lay more than 40t of material – completing the job sometime after 3pm. Not only was it a great day in terms of putting something back into the community, but it was great for health – a full day of exercise and great for Teamwork.”
Well done to John Smith, Martin Ashfield, Trevor Golding, Phillip Hutchinson, Jason Barker, Jim Halfpenny, Theresa Bryson, Owen Conroy, Fraser Tannock, Neil Anderson, Edith Heggie and Lee (our new man at Clyde Tunnel Readymix).