Even though I have been closed closed for business due to the lockdown, there has still plenty to do at La Casa. The grass is now growing profusely, so has to be mowed regularly. Clive does all the grass cutting and he has also been repairing areas by sowing grass seed, which is now beginning to germinate. Apart from the weed killing, I've been in charge of the other "gardening" jobs including lots of pruning and mole catching!


We have now completed a new seating area that is currently being used to store the newly painted agility contact equipment alongside the newly painted bench and and seating. The aluminium see-saw has been power hosed and looks like new again. The jumps are also being repainted. 


The rear boundary fencing has been renewed, which will stop any dogs trying to push through the bottom of the hawthorne hedge.


There are still other projects in the pipeline including repainting the shed where we store agility equipment and also the stable that is used for storing our gardening equiment. In between times we intend to renovate the garden pond by the house. 


I am pleased to say that I have been allowed to reopen again providing I can meet all the goverment guide lines, which includes only holding "one to one classes". So for the time being there will no longer be any group classes.