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The Apprentice-ship by builder and bricklayer Samuel James-Wilson,  Princes-Foundation Traditional Skills Apprenticeship Scheme Apprentice 2012-13

AidyWintersgill by plasterer Aidy Wintersgill, Princes-Foundation Traditional Skills Apprenticeship Scheme Apprentice 2012-13

Cousland Smiddy is a working early 18th century blacksmith’s workshop in Scotland. Read the blog by resident blacksmith Sean Cockburn.

Heritage Calling by English Heritage who champion historic places and advises the Government and others on how to help today's generation get the best out of our heritage and ensure it is protected for the future.

Huntwriter by Roger Hunt, an award winning writer and blogger specialising in sustainability, old houses, housebuilding and traditional and modern building materials. He is the co-author of Old House Handbook and the companion volume Old House Eco Handbook.

The Country Seat by Matthew Beckett, amateur architectural historian, who shares news and comment on UK country houses and stately homes.

Conservengineer by Richard Salmon, Chartered Structural Engineer, specialising in conservation, at Hurst Peirce + Malcolm, London

Faith in Maintenance A blog by SPAB’s ground-breaking initiative Maintanence Cooperative Project, to connect, encourage and support the army of volunteers across the country who are largely responsible for the up-keep of some of our most beautiful and significant local landmarks.

The Georgian Group is the British charity for the preservation of buildings dating from the period 1700-1840. Their intervention has helped save many such buildings from destruction and has protected others from unsympathetic alterations.

The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, SPAB has two blogs Scholars and Fellows and the Douglas Project

Eco Home Centre Blog An award-winning blog by Peter Draper on Eco building and DIY in Wales

English Buildings a blog by Phillip Wilkinson, Author of The English Buildings Books

Grosvenor Construction blog by specialist building conservation company based in the UK

New Life for Old Buildings blog by The Architectural Heritage Fund inspiring stories about finding new uses for historic buildings.

International Roofer Blog by Compagnon Du Devior journeyman, Yohann Chaigneau

Jade Maloney Conservator of Artefacts and Historic Interiors, descriptions of recent projects

Sophie Diamond Conservator

Benedict Ryan Conservator

 

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Events

Conservation and Repair of Timber

This course provides an intensive introduction to historic timber-framed structures.

RC1 19: Repair of Old Buildings Course

Run over five days, this course delivers an intensive programme of lectures and visits to building repair projects. It runs twice a year - in the spring and the autumn.

Conservation and Repair of Slate and Stone Roofing

This course covers the history of traditional slate and stone roofing but mainly concentrates on their conservation and repair.