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Scottish Traditional Skills Training Centre - The Use of Lime Mortar in the Repair and Maintenance of Traditionally Constructed Buildings

27th February - 28th February
This 2-day “hands on” course encompasses the theory and practical use of lime, as opposed to cement-based mortars, in the conservation, repair and maintenance of traditional buildings, walls, and other stone built structures. The course focuses on the techniques involved in mixing lime mortar and its application in pointing and harling, as well as the correct use of tools and materials.

The Course is aimed at Construction Industry Professionals, Architects, Estate Staff and Private Individuals, as well as Staff and Members of organisations involved in conservation and regeneration projects.

The Scottish Traditional Skills Centre at The National Trust for Scotland’s Fyvie Castle, Aberdeenshire, AB53 8JS. As delegate numbers are limited, and this very popular course does fill up quickly, an early response will secure your place.
To view the course details and registration form click on the links below. For further information or to reserve a place please call them on Telephone:o1888 511 347 or email: soundcraft@towiebarclay.co.uk

Website: www.traditionalskills.com/
Attached File: The Use of Lime Mortar 2014 February and Registration Form.doc
 
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