The SCC Social Club: classic 60s architecture, which will probably be demolished within a year
Spring Miscellany - 2nd April 2005
A trip to Suffolk County Council Social Club for a few beers; the demolition of part of the Diss Publishing Bookshop - the most radical thing to happen to Diss since the building of Safeway in the 90s; Nosher's old man turns up to help out with a bit of gardening.
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previous album: An Elegy for a Shed - 28th March 2005
Russell checks his mobe out in Pizza Hut, Ipswich
A big space where a building used to be
One of the demolition dudes spots Nosher trying to take photos over the barrier...
...and waves him in to get a closer look and take a few photos.
A digger operator picks off sheets of corrugated iron with an impressive precision
The guy who let Nosher in, who had lived in Diss for 62 years and could remember when the now-demolished building used to be a garage on the High Street
The old chap roams around the garden looking for weeds to splat with a spot of glyphosate
Smoke from the bonfire drifts over the garden
Nosher's seedlings: tomatoes, chillis and peppers
The Old Chap sits in the front garden doing the crossword
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