Please note, full-day tickets have sold out for this event.
Three morning talks will examine the wealth of timberwork in Scotland’s traditional buildings, from major structural features like joists and rafters, to delicate finishing details like skirting boards, mouldings and panelling.
We will look at how these features should be repaired, maintained and conserved. We will also focus part of our discussion on ways to repair traditional simple sash and case windows.
A networking lunch will provide you with the opportunity to continue discussions and explore the Engine Shed.
In the afternoon, there will be guided tours of Stirling’s Church of the Holy Rude and the nearby Great Hall of Stirling Castle to inspect their remarkable timber roof structures – one being ancient and the other of recent construction.
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