Casebrook's very own plastic tunnel glasshouse for the edible gardens group.

By Emily Roberts-Mordue | Posted: Wednesday December 13, 2017

Recently Mr Cook has been working hard on a plastic tunnel glasshouse for Mrs Dick-McCann's edible gardens group.

Over the course of the week, he has had help from his son Alex and Bevan the caretaker, which he is very much appreciative of.  It's a big job and Mr Cook expects the glass house will be completed by the end of the year.

The “glass house” is made of wood, metal and plastic. Bevan helped him drill the holes and make some measurements. He quotes "it is a most enjoyable task but the time pressure is a bit difficult to work with".

Mr Cook has been working on it all day every day this week and isn’t planning to slow down! He mentioned it requires a lot of math and problem-solving skills. 

Watch this space for updated photos of the glass house in action in 2018.  

Hannah Olley.