Orchard Barn is open as part of
the national Heritage
Open Days scheme.
a time-honoured way, we
harvest our own subsoil and make best use of small dimension trees from
local woods. What could be more
natural and sustainable than that? Well if you add into the
equation that we
do the majority of the processing using human energy instead of fossil
fuel, then we're heading for negative carbon! Yes, it takes longer but
the environmental/fiscal costs are so much lower, and the
community/fitness/heritage benefits are greater.
2019 Date: Saturday 7th September
Venue: Orchard Barn, Ringshall, IP14
Guided Tour: 3pm with Sarah Partridge
Demonstrations: Timber Frame Repairs, Wattle and Daub, Earth Mortar, Clay Lump Blocks, Green wood in construction and Restoration Skills that make best use of natural materials.
Lifts: Please ask if you need one. We'll
try and arrange it
Entrance fee: Donations support the work of OBee Community Interest Company
Refreshments: Tea and cake available
Wheel chair paths to main barn and toilet facilities. Ground conditions
in orchard and garden are uneven but passable with care.