Kilsyth, Lanarkshire THE BOATHOUSE
THE DRINK Pint of lager (Tennent's) PS3.
5km - the distance from the boathouse
to the River Thames where they raised funds for Movember UK.
was constructed in 1893 and is a stunning architectural landmark for the area, with stone walls surrounded by decoratively tiled roofs and ornate bargeboards.
A planning inspector has ordered the owner of the 1920s boathouse
at Kitchen Corner - known only as Mrs Bydal - to tear up the 40ft of wooden decking, which has been welded onto metal stilts drilled into the cliff face at the Gower beauty spot.
Someone recommended Blyth Boathouse
, so we decided to give it a go.
With this new boathouse
we now really do have world-class training facilities and we hope this will give more people the opportunity to not only try rowing, but also to reach the highest levels in the sport.
The question before the class was whether a fire loss to the boathouse
was covered under Coverage B of the insured's ISO Homeowners' policy (HO 00 03 05 11).
The futuristic-looking boathouse
, which sits on stilts overlooking the River Tees, will provide a training facility for rowers, changing rooms, offices and a viewing gallery for events on the river.
Eye-witness Heather Taylor, who was at the event with her six-year-old son Ethan, said: "The trebuchet launched the flaming cannonball but as it flew almost over the boathouse
sparks could clearly be seen coming off it and the high winds must have sent them onto the roof of the boathouse
My goodbye shots, therefore turned out to be pretty, with birds resting on stilts, locals rowing their boats and a new group of tourists beginning their boathouse
The couple used the wood throughout their boathouse
, adding yet another unique, personal touch to the house.
NOON Tuck into my catch of the day from the morning's fishing served up at the Boathouse
Cafe on the Barbican while watching the boats coming into the harbour.