Herne Bay Clock Tower
Reported by Pete Revell at 11:43, Wed 23 September 2009
Sent to Canterbury City Council and Kent County Council 2 minutes later
The clock has stopped at 12'oclock on all four faces and has been this way for a long while.
Can this be fixed as soon as possible. This is an historic structure of the town.
The clock should now be working.
The age of the clock, its proximity to salt water and general wear and tear led to damage within the gear box. This is a one-off installation and our specialist clock repairer has manufactured all the replacement parts, hence the delay in restoring the clock to working condition, albeit that it has only taken about 6 weeks from diagnosis to repair.
Posted by Customer Services at 18:07, Thu 8 October 2009
Thanks CCC you got something right for once.... well done!
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Pete Revell at 19:04, Thu 8 October 2009
Provide an update