The aerial image taken by Eric Walton shows the site as of 2nd May. The construction work is proceeding at a pace with the aggregate now laid over the membrane across the wellpad. Concrete has been cast around the cellar and a concrete pad has recently been laid around it to accommodate the drilling rig. IGas have given us an estimate of 3 weeks or so to completion of the construction phase. Also pictured above is the well cellar at Misson Springs which shows clearly the small square at the back of the cellar which will we are told accommodate the well head. We have been advised that the next significant move at Tinker Lane will be the installation of the conductor. The conductor is drilled through to bedrock to seal off surrounding soil/clay from the well. Once into bedrock the main well borehole will be drilled down the centre. The conductor is installed using a standard lorry mounted water borehole drilling rig much as was seen at Tinker Lane for the installation of water monitoring boreholes earlier in the project.