Undercroft Rubbish Removal

Some of the rubbish waiting to be removed from the west end of St Vincent's in July 2015.
Some of the rubbish waiting to be removed from the west end of St Vincent’s in July 2015.
Michael Paulson-Ellis looking at the flammable material awaiting removal from St Vincent's in July 2015.
Michael Paulson-Ellis with the flammable material awaiting removal from St Vincent’s in July 2015.

With the considerable help of Danny Burns, a Heathy Working Lives Regional Health and Safety Adviser, Vestry members Michael Paulson-Ellis and Barnaby Miln have been rigorously scouring St Vincent’s for rubbish to satisfy the requirements of a Fire Safety Assessment. Once flammable material was removed, eleven large skip loads of rubbish have been removed in July 2015 from the Undercroft by Bob Brown and his team. They estimate 23 tons in all. These photographs give some idea of the three week undertaking.

One of the nine large skips of rubbish removed from St Vincent's in July 2015.
Bob Brown and team with one of the eleven large skips of rubbish removed from St Vincent’s in July 2015.
One of the eleven large skips of rubbish removed from St Vincent's in July 2015.
One of the eleven large skips of rubbish removed from St Vincent’s in July 2015.
Some of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent's Undercroft in July 2015.
One skip load of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent’s Undercroft in July 2015.
Some of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent's in July 2015.
More of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent’s Undercroft in July 2015.
Some of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent's in July 2015.
Some of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent’s Undercroft in July 2015.
Some of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent's in July 2015.
Some of the rubbish to be removed from St Vincent’s Undercroft in July 2015.
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