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Wishing you all a very happy New Year. We have had a busy, hard work but fun 2012, the highlight being moving in to our new home. It has been a busy year for the material sales and increased demand for training courses for next year is ongoing – this year we will have more time to promote the work that we do here at The Natural Building Centre, and you will see us at the main agricultural shows – we even plan a sign for the roadside now that we have more staff to cope with an increase in visitors!
We promise to be as helpful as ever, but more efficient. It has also been a busy year for Scharer Conservation, with Ned travelling back to Westminster Abbey to polish the tomb to the Unknown Warrior, with the work being carried out at night when the Abbey was closed to visitors. He also dismantled and cleaned the Thomas Fitzwilliam tombchest from Tickhill in Doncaster, a Fifteenth century alabaster monument. He used nanolimes to repair and conserve the external sculpture at Tickhill, which date from the thirteenth century.
We had to keep working despite the rain. We had two German journeymen working with us, building a timber-frame to replace the brick addition to our office. We had new mirabelle trees grafted from the old orchard stock, the first three are cherry plums and the last is the mirabelle, a gorgeous sweet golden plum. We have one old tree with only one branch left, so I hope that the sixteen trees that were successfully grafted will survive. Ned demonstrated Cosmati mosaic technique at The Royal Welsh Show, as part of the Ty Mawr traditional crafts skills tent. We began work removing the cement render on the outside of the house before repointing in lime and limewashing. We took off the old metal gutters, cleaned, repainted and refitted them.
Richard Jordan from the Traditional Slate Company Limited (www.traditionalslatecompany.co.uk) repaired our porch roof. The roof was repaired in a traditional way, randomly slated, using riven oak laths and oak pegs, reusing the original slates, putting in new lead flashing and torching the underside with lime.
Trebor Davies, traditional joiner, has been working hard to make new windows for Plas Tirion (a bat has started chattering very loudly from behind the panelling in our bedroom while I write this – a bit distracting!). He has used Welsh oak to hand-make mullioned window frames, copying the style and method of the originals, of which we have two still in place (although repaired and altered) and an intact example that we unblocked. The windows are nearly completed and should be fitted this January.
The metal casements and window furniture have been made by Gerallt Evans, artist blacksmith, from Tan Lan Metalworks. The photos above show him in his workshop at Pandy Tudur. We are really happy that we managed to get these windows made by local craftsmen rather than buy them in, this and the other external works have been made possible with a partial grant from CADW, and a loan from the Foelas Estate. (The bat just shuffled through the crack above the window and wriggled back in when I clapped at it!)
Lastly, the bats, mice, rats (only outside phew!) and squirrels seem to be the only other inhabitants of Plas Tirion apart from us, so for all those who believe in ghosts you can stay with us without fear. Except for a few loud unexplained bumps in the night…….
Thank you all for your support, interest and encouragement.