On Sunday January 27th 2013, following 9 continuous freezing days of snow and ice, 70 people braved the weather to visit the Museum. Although the snow had disappeared, strong winds, sleet, and rain prevailed with a temperature of only 4 degrees. With chief clicker Mick at home, recovering from his short stay in hospital, Albert Jones filled the gap to record the visitor numbers.
On a better note the heavy snow and rain of late, ensured that Chasewater is now full.
The excess water is flowing freely, through the culverts, into the 9 foot overflow pool.