Off to the Cafe Royal in London for the Institute of Clerk of Works' 115th anniversary luncheon (big news - an imminent NVQ in site inspection). A good post-lunch tale from Colin Harding, chairman of George & Harding, about his late grandfather, who built much of Victorian Bournemouth. The inscription on his grave read: 'Here lies a builder and a gentleman.' A passer-by was somewhat taken aback: 'It's a pity they didn't have the decency to bury them separately . . . '