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A One-day Workshop


KAS Historic Buildings Committee and the Wye Rural Museum Trust

BUILDING INTERPRETATION AND RECORDING
A ONE-DAY WORKSHOP

on SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2011, 10.00 – 16.00

at THE AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM, BROOK (near WYE)

Workshops running on the day (morning & afternoon):

  • Understanding timber framing and construction – led by Jane Wade MFA, GradDipConsAA (Barn)
  • Reading and interpreting a building – led by Peter Seary of Canterbury Archaeological Trust (Church)
  • Recording a building – led by George Denny RIBA (Oasthouse)

In addition Sheila Sweetinburgh will lead a discussion on documentary sources, with examples, relating to historic buildings (lunch period)

The day will be run in a morning and afternoon session, the workshops repeated in both sessions.

When applying for tickets please state preference for TWO workshops. Every endeavour will be made to ensure participants get their choice but this may not always be possible due to limitations of space and numbers etc. So early booking recommended.

TICKETS: £12 (you are advised to bring a packed lunch)

Further details & to book (before 31st August): see application form on the Kent Archaeology Society website or direct from Mike Clinch: 2 Parkhurst Rd, Bexley, Kent, DA5 1AR; mike@mikeclinch.co.uk or 01322 526425.

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