Introduction to lime in historic buildings
22 September at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Lime in its various forms as mortar, render, plaster and paint forms the bread and butter of conserving traditionally constructed building. You will be introduced to what lime is through the lime cycle, gain an understanding of why it is the appropriate material for historic buildings and what goes wrong when you don’t use it. There will be the chance to get hands on experience of lime mortar pointing, including mortar mixing.
Kathryn Moore from Heritage Lincolnshire leads this course with lime specialist Jeremy McArdle.
As the project is part funded by Derby City Council, Priority for booking is for those who live and work in Derby. If you live in the wider East Midlands, you can register an interest now and we will let you know 2 weeks before if spaces are still available.
In order to book please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01529 461 499 with the following information:
- Email address
- Phone number (in case of on-the-day issues)
- Reason for attending so that we can pass this on to our tutors.
Please note that courses are suitable for 18+ only. Exceptions may be made for students currently studying an appropriate course at a further education college. Please contact us to discuss this.