To cut a long story short, we're having to install a new oil tank. I'll come to why in a later post.
The tank needs to be sat on a solid, level base, so I decided to bed 4 very large concrete paving slabs on to some lime, and cover it all in concrete and self-levelling.
The four paving slabs have been propped up against our old outbuildings since we moved in to the house, and were VERY heavy.
I got them in to place for the tank with a bit of hefting, and all was well.
But, it transpires that those slabs were propped against an old brick wall of the outbuildings for a good reason. And the wall toppled over.
In my efforts to remove any glass from the building - which looked like it was about to collapse - it transpired that it was mostly made of rot... and it collapsed.
See if you can spot our bicycles, still in the far building!