GAMING & BINGO
THE FRIENDLY CLUB
AT THE TOP OF TOWN
23rd June 2016
If you've driven past the Club this week you would have seen the team working very hard in the surrounding gardens and car parks. We have cleared out the gaming entrance garden and planted new luscious covering shrubs and flowers. The car park line markings have also received some fresh paint work!
Inside work this week sees the rest of the ceiling tiles in the bar being pulled down for replacing. The professional team of cleaners have also stepped up their soot removal this week. With the use of a dry ice machine, shooting liquid nitrogen at the walls and ceiling, the soot drops to the ground, making for an easier cleanup.
See photos of the team in action below.
9th June 2016
Dear Valued Members and Guests,
Firstly the Beenleigh Bowls Club would like to say thank you to the Woolgoolba and Logan City Bowls Clubs. Both of these Clubs have been extremely supportive and welcoming to our Men's and Ladies' sections during this time while the Club is undergoing thorough cleaning and refurbishment.
The Restoration Cleaning company have been extremely busy over the past week. They have been removing the ceiling tiles as the smoke travelled all the way through the length of the building. They have also been busy cleaning all the chairs, glasses and well anything in the club with soot on it.
We all have a lot of work to do but are enjoying rebuilding a fantastic Club for our valued Members and Guests.
16th June 2016
This week at the Club the great team of staff started with the list of things that need to be done around the place. With a fantastic 'Can Do' attitude the team have been working hard both inside cleaning and outside clearing out the gardens around the premises. The gardens lining the building and the carpark bushes are receiving much needed TLC from the team!
The professional team of cleaners and restorators have also been busy inside removing more ceiling tiles, pulling up carpet and giving the Club an extra scrub to remove all that soot.
Here are some photos of all this progress...