CJS Training Directory: Centres and Providers
Training Directory - Training Centres and Providers. If you are interested in any of the centres detailed below please contact ONLY the person, centre, telephone number or email address. If you wish to advertise your services Click Here. For rates or contact CJS. Or submit your advert here. Training Centres and Providers. Details of centres, organisations and people providing specialised training to the countryside, conservation and ecology sectors. Search Centres and Providers. The Vale of Glamorgan.
Flaxland - Creatives
Flaxland - Plant Processing day course. Courses for 1 to 12 people - held in the Cotswolds (please ask about other venues). 1 person 75.00 GBP. 2 persons 140.00 GBP. 3 persons 210.00 GBP. 4 persons 260.00 GBP. 5 persons 300.00 GBP. 6 persons 330.00 GBP. 8 persons 400.00 GBP. 9 persons 425.00 GBP. 10 persons 450.00 GBP. 12 persons 480.00 GBP. Saturday, 20th August 2016. Saturday, 27th August 2016. An example of a typical day:. Please note that for groups the day will follow a slightly different format.
Courses | Scythe Association
Scythe Association (Britain and Ireland). This page is managed by Steve Tomlin, SABI Training Coordinator. For enquiries please contact Steve: http:/ stevetomlincrafts.wordpress.com/learn-to-scythe/. Spacer for name link. Courses for beginners and improvers. I first mowed in the Pyrenees in 2001 and have taught scything for the National Trust, Natural England, Highgrove Estate and on ITV’s Countrywise with Paul Heiney. I stock and sell scythe kits. Learn to Scythe in Derby 8 August . Book via. I have bee...
Richard Dolman Drystonewallman.co.uk , experienced dry stone waller
Dry Stone walls dominate the Cotswolds, the area in which I have worked for over 20 years and working in stone is my passion. Dry stone walling is a traditional craft, dating back over thousands of years and my aim is to leave my mark as someone who has kept the tradition alive, with work that I can be proud of and that others can appreciate, now and in years to come. The craft is represented by several groups including the. Dry Stone Walling Association. Whilst dry stone work is the traditional craft, I...
Links | Oakraven Field Centre
Group Accommodation and outdoor activities in the Forest of Dean. Booking & Prices. Terms & Conditions. Contact & Directions. Please get in contact with us if you are interested in collaboration with the Oakraven Field Centre. We are always happy to consider reciprocal links with related web-sites. A growing movement of organisations and individuals who care deeply about the need for nature connected, free-range, roaming and outdoor playing kids in the 21st century. Five Valleys Ecology Ltd. The national...
rebecca connolly design | Handweaver, Textile Designer/Maker | Page 2
Handweaver, Textile Designer/Maker. Bath School of Art and Design Degree Show 2015. Bradford Textile Society Competition 2016. Rigid Heddle weaving with BSU students. Bristol Cloth Design Competition. Cambrian Mountains Wool Challenge 2015. Bradford Textile Society Design Competition 2014/15. Iceland 2014 Linen Weaves. Bradford Textile Society Design Competition 2013/14. Bamford 2013 Live Brief Theme ‘Shadows’. Newer posts →. Cotswold AONB Sheep and Wool Day 2016. Always popular with children (and adults...
Dry stone walling - Lowimpact.orgLow impact living info, training, products & services
Why we do it. Dry stone walling: introduction. It’s the building of walls from natural stone with no adhesive (i.e. cement or mortar). Dry stone walling techniques go back many thousands of years the pyramids, for example, were built using a form of very precise dry stone walling. There are walls on the island of Menorca dating from 1500BC (see photo). Dry stone wall before and after repair. This burial chamber with dry stone walls on the island of Menorca is around 3500 years old. What are the benefits?
Links - Cotswold Woodland Crafts
Westonbirt Arboretum - The National Arboretum. Peter Sefton Furniture School. Green Man Workshop - Furniture Makers. Gloucestershire Portal - Events listing. Prinknash Abbey - Roman Catholic Benedictine Monastery. REACH - Social enterprise rehabilitation project. Association of Pole-lathe Turners and Greenwood Workers. Crafts in the English Countryside - Report on Rural Crafts. Museum of English Life - Rural Crafts Film Project. Dry timber chairmaking - Article. Cotswold AONB - Rural skills website.
February | 2015 | The Entwife's Garden
The Entwife's Garden. A gardener's view of the world. About The Entwife’s Garden. Monthly Archives: February 2015. We now have two tame robins. February 26, 2015. Red line showing the territory boundary. Continue reading →. View all 4 comments. The bold robin has become bolder still. February 16, 2015. All images enlarge when clicked. When I wrote about the robin previously. It was bold but not yet confident enough to take mealworms from the hand. How could you resist that face? Continue reading →. There...
Cotswolds AONB : Dry stone walls
Historic and cultural heritage. Cotswolds Inspired - Art Exhibition. Cotswolds Living Landscape Festival. Living Landscape Festival - Pitch Payment. Cotswolds Landscape Photographer of the Year. What to See and Do. Green Tourism Business Scheme. Marketing resources for tourism businesses. Grant Funding in the Cotswolds. Other volunteering opportunities in the AONB. The Cotswolds Ecological Networks Forum. Cotswolds AONB Management Plan 2013-18 -. Landscape Strategy and Guidelines. Serving as boundaries a...