LPG tank was installed. Then in August, the cabin used for the tuck shop was acquired. On the 2nd of October, Radio Leicester had a 2 hour broadcast about the site.
2 Refurbished bells re-hung in bell tower. Then, on the 25th of April, the climbing tower was erected.
75 years of cub scouting celebration – the big trees on the main field were planted. Later in the year was the Willesley 40th anniversary camp – visited by Garth Morrison Chief Scout.
The Oakthorpe Colliery winding and headstock arrived at the site (this is now located outside the Wardens caravan). Also, the second Wardens caravan was purchased. Later in the year, the church was reopened.
The bottom carpark was constructed. Also, the “Go A Million Camp” was held where 699 people (from 17 groups) attended.
The third generator was installed.
St Thomas Church bought for £10. Refurbished with new roof.
The chlorination plant was fitted.
Pine woodlands (3.5 acres) was bought £3700. Also, the first Warden’s caravan was purchased.
Camper toilet block was built at a cost of £4000. Second generator was also installed.