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Posts by The CORMAC Man!

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Topic: New Cooks Kitchen Headgear to be Restored
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: South West England   Posted: 20/04/2013 00:07:52   Subject: New Cooks Kitchen Headgear to be Restored
It behaved beautifully for us!

The 6.5t 12m x 10m x 8m section came off seamlessly with the help of Macsalvors 130t crane and the professionalism portrayed by the site team.

See
Topic: New Cooks Kitchen Headgear to be Restored
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: South West England   Posted: 06/04/2013 16:28:32   Subject: New Cooks Kitchen Headgear to be Restored
Hi Somersetminer and thanks for the question - I think?! I like to provide definitive answers where possible however at present I cannot. :-[

We are currently in the process of repairing /
Topic: New Cooks Kitchen Headgear to be Restored
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: South West England   Posted: 05/04/2013 23:02:56   Subject: New Cooks Kitchen Headgear to be Restored
Hello to all the familiar names that I see - it has been a day or two since the excitement of the collapse but I must thank you all for the participation and enthusiasm that you all portrayed during o
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 26/10/2012 20:24:50   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
Hi to all

Another interesting week down in Dolcoath. We poured the first plug which after only 2 days has reached an excellent strength.

We have continued excavating along the f
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 24/10/2012 17:50:34   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
Hi Folks!

The scrap of metal is not a kibble! It is some form of water tank with a heating element. We have managed to reclaim some bits of narrow guage track if anyone has a useful purpose
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 20/10/2012 07:50:39   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
I do not have the pm fictions available so if you are not happy to voice information openly then please find an alternative way in contacting me either through our website www.cornwall.gov.uk/cormac o
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 19/10/2012 22:13:13   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
Dydh da pixie

Who is Gus? A bunny? No a cat? Then yes two infact! One black the other ginger ballsy and brave both enjoy a prowl around the site! No collars so if the owners are reading pl
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 19/10/2012 21:34:22   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
We are conducting a full and detailed investigation in the area to ensure the soloution we adopt will be the right soloution for all parties involved. I have and will continue to listen to the forums
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 19/10/2012 15:16:16   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
To All,

Sorry for the delay i was not able to upload pictures to the site from my smartphone and have been out of the office!

I have managed to upload to my album but not direct
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 16/10/2012 19:08:49   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
We mean business alright! the local rock still has us scared though ;) anyone up for some blasting? (Only Joking!)
Topic: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
The CORMAC Man!

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 16/10/2012 18:25:46   Subject: Wheal Harriett or Dolcoath
Good Evening to you all!

I see that you have all expressed a keen interest in the voids so i thought i would register to ensure that you are kept informed.

CORMAC have been engag
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