Wattle and Daub course at Orchard Barn 2024 IHBC CPD


Interested in heritage building practices and constructing walls that are deep green and use free locally sourced materials?

  • Suitable for complete beginners and professionals in the conservation field
  • Largely practical with some theory and history
  • Learn where to source materials
  • Assess clay and subsoil qualities
  • Work with coppiced woodland material
  • Learn how to use traditional greenwood working equipment - shave horse, draw knife, side axe to shape coppice Hazel for wattle
  • Construct a wattle panel
Dates: Wednesday 12th July 2024
Timing: 9.30-4.00
Tutor: Sarah Partridge
Venue: Orchard Barn, Ringshall, IP14 2LY
Course Fee: 200 (Concessions available please email Sarah)
Places available 5

SAVE 35 off course fee (and help us pay for safety scaffolding for next lift of shingle roof) by paying through our Crowd Funding campaign (instead of PayPal) Email for details

Wattle and Daub course

Read Suffolk Preservation Society Suffolk View pages 19-21 article by Sarah Partridge called Daubing Delights

  New wattle and daub project

Need your Wattle and Daub Repaired or Reinstated?

Email sarah@orchardbarn.org.uk to find out how we can help