When the home of cards collapsed in the autumn of 2016, the toilets were the only thing holding it together.
“They were the first thing that had to be replaced,” said the retired care home manager.
“It’s now in pieces.”
But after a decade of neglect, the Victorian property was once again in a state of disrepair.
As the clock ticks down to Christmas, the toilet at the home has finally been replaced, thanks to a series of public donations.
The toilet was built by a Victorian builder in the 1970s.
It was installed in the 1950s, but has been neglected ever since.
But the project is set to be completed by the end of the year.
The builder is called Red Lion Homes, and it is run by a team of volunteers.
It has set up a website, theRedLionHome.com, where volunteers can find information about the toilet, and volunteers can also donate toilet items to the project.
“The house of the cards is not going to be complete without the toilets,” said Mr Martin.
“If people are able to contribute toilet items, we will be able to make it complete.” “
The toilet will be installed in December and it will be replaced by a new one in January 2020. “
If people are able to contribute toilet items, we will be able to make it complete.”
The toilet will be installed in December and it will be replaced by a new one in January 2020.
The volunteers have also made a number of online fundraising pages, with one asking for $1,000 to cover the cost of the toilet and for an upgrade of the heating system.
The Red Lion Home website has also set up an online store, where the team have been selling toilet items including new towels and soap.
A website set up by Red Lion says the toilet was originally constructed in 1951, and is now one of the oldest in Australia.
The home is situated in a small Victorian town called Warkworth, just off the Gold Coast.
Mr Martin says that after more than 40 years of neglect it is in good condition.
“We’ve got the house standing, we’ve got our electricity working,” he said.
“Now we’re in a much better state of health than it was when we got it.” “
Red Lion, a charity that runs the Red Lion Care Homes and Workshops in Warkwick, has also created a webpage for those who would like to donate toilet supplies. “
Now we’re in a much better state of health than it was when we got it.”
Red Lion, a charity that runs the Red Lion Care Homes and Workshops in Warkwick, has also created a webpage for those who would like to donate toilet supplies.
“Thank you for your help,” it says.
“I am so grateful to the community, the Red Lions and to the volunteers for the many hours they’ve put into this.”
Mr Martin is a retired engineer who has been volunteering with the RedLion Homes since the late 1980s.
He was also a volunteer at the Redlions Homes, which were established in 1949, before he retired.
“This project has been a huge help to us,” he says.
The project has raised $2,000 towards the cost, which is a considerable amount of money.
The toilets have been made from stainless steel, which makes them very durable.
“These toilets have never seen the use they should have had,” Mr Martin said.
The team have also put on a “Christmas Show” to promote the project, where they have been handing out Christmas cards and making fun of people who have not donated toilet items.