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FREE Lecture & Supper. Torquil will talk about a number of projects including churches at Dartington, Exeter St Petrocks, Exeter Cathedral, Cornworthy, Landkey and Nettlecombe (Somerset) and other projects that detail the range of their work, the challenges met, the techniques used and interesting discoveries made along the way. Places are limited – please contact Tavistock Heritage Trust to book a ticket. Kindly sponsored by the Tavistock Townscape Heritage Initiative.Find out more »
Advice & support on obtaining LEADER grants and alternative funding. Booking essential – www.folk2folk.come/blog/leader-cornwall/Find out more »
Eight-day advanced chair making course starting concurrently with the 6-day chair making courses, using the same green woodworking techniques. See Sallerton Wood website for further details and booking. http://www.sallertonwood.org.uk/courses.htm#chair-makingFind out more »
Six-day greenwood chair making courses use similar techniques to the stool-making course, but the process requires more time and involves additional skills such as steam-bending certain components of the chair to give them the correct form. See Sallerton Wood website for further details and booking http://www.sallertonwood.org.uk/courses.htm#stool-makingFind out more »
Three-day greenwood stool making courses cover all the green woodworking skills and processes needed in order to construct your own sturdy stool from a green Ash log. See Sallerton Wood website for further details and booking form. http://www.sallertonwood.org.uk/courses.htm#chair-makingFind out more »
FREE Lecture & Supper. 40 years of conservation, research, and analysis of historic and largely medieval polychromy, throws light on the uses and role of colour, along with its conservation in Devon. Using detailed illustrations, freelance specialist Eddie Sinclair will talk about her discoveries and provide a rare insight from the access afforded by scaffold and microscope. Places are limited – please contact Tavistock Heritage Trust to book a ticket. Kindly sponsored by the Tavistock Townscape Heritage Initiative.Find out more »
Did you know you can hire the Tamar Valley Centre, just 5-minutes’ walk from Gunnislake Train Station, for your meeting, exhibition or event? Click here for more information