Well after a struggle I finished glueing the sides and have started the cabin. Once again thanks Geoff for the tip to drill a small screw to hold the bits that cannot be clamped, I would never have thought it would work but it did.
I filled and sanded the hull before starting the cabin, thank goodness for pegs, clamps etc. One point, as this is the small kit of Morston, the space under the rear hatch is tight for the rudder and servo, there is only 5mm from the top of the servo arm to the bottom of the hatch, once again Geoff came to my help with piano wire to join the servo and rudder, I am using a micro servo as the regular was too tall.
This has been a great kit to build, the timber, cutting of the parts has made it a pleasure to build, any mistakes are mine for not reading the instructions but thanks to Geoff I have been able to correct them.
I would have no hesitation in recommending a kit from HA Kits based on this one. It also has very pleasing lines to my eye as a bonus.
Geoff will probably be messaged as he said the cabin roof was the hard part! Any way that's the next task