Today we are working in this wonderful property high in the hills of Todmordon. There is a lots of history attached to George Stevenson’s rail way project of getting a train to run through the mountain opposite.getting the walls flat for cork boards and straightening the windows up.
This week along with a friend Mr David Winchester was asked to give a talk on the History of Plastering, the talk was being given to Brindle Historical Society. The talk stated at 7.30 and being delivered via PowerPoint with short film clips inserted into the presentation. David Winchester started the talk off by saying […]
Lime and Earth bonded constructions have the need to breathe factor and need adequate protection from the elements this would be a good hat, a coat that withstands water but breathes, and shoes that are not constantly wet. Yes Historic Buildings are like people and should be not mis understood for a good healthy clean […]