The conservation of the Barn from May Day Farm, Tonbridge
Thursday 6 July 2017
Find out about one of the Museum’s latest building conservation projects in this illustrated talk. The Museum’s Carpenter will explain the dismantling and conservation of the late C18th/early C19 timber framed barn from May Day Farm. He will discuss the techniques used that build on the Museum’s previous good work.
Joe Thompson of Sussex Oak & Iron is carpenter in residence at the Weald and Downland Living Museum. He teaches a range of historic carpentry courses and building conservation courses at the Museum. Joe is working intensively on the May Day Farm building at the Museum in 2017.
Upon arrival please come to the main museum entrance, where you will be directed to the talk location.
Talks start at 6.30pm, last for about 1-1½ hours. There will be tea, coffee & cake available between 6.00pm-6.30pm. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in advance.
£14 per person, £10 for Museum Members, £5 for Weald & Downland Museum volunteers.
You may be asked for proof of status before being admitted so please bring your Museum badge or Membership card with you.
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