The wife checking that Chirpy is not is not seeking another hen and trying to pullet.
Love the covering of the column. It's a little touch but so much better than just seeing a steel frame.
This earlier Tweet made me giggle seeing as fans have to be issued with binoculars upon entering the Olympic Stadium if they want to see any of the game.
BT and Sky issue cameramen with new state of the art equipment to cover West Ham games
And onto our build with thanks to Skyscraper City and it's members. Britain's largest steel manufacturer, Severfield, won the contract to supply the steel for both the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium and Wimbledon's No1 court.
Chief executive Ian Lawson spoke to the Northern Echo back in June and confirmed the deal for his firm which is based at Dalton Airfield Industrial Estate, near Thirsk, North Yorkshire. They will use British made steel for the Tottenham project. It's good to know we are doing our bit for the troubled British steel industry.
“Tottenham is a very large contract and we have a deal to deliver all the steelwork for the new stadium. A lot of the steel sections will be coming from British Steel.”