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Our Ethics – Traditional Values

Our aim is to conserve as much of the built heritage of Wales as we are able. Whether directly through our team of craftspeople, or indirectly through our training courses and consultancy work, we are actively trying to reverse the effects of many years of neglect and abuse.

We are trustees for various Building Preservation Trusts, we sit on numerous conservation-related committees and teach for the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) across the UK, including the RICS Summer School.

We chaired and managed the organisation of the Building Limes Forum 2006 Conference in Cardiff, where we also helped build a working reproduction of a medieval kiln at St Fagans.

One of our directors has written and published a significant new book - “Precious Inheritance” - highlighting the issues facing the conservation of Welsh vernacular architecture and championing its relevance to sustainable living. [Precious Inheritance by Cliff Blundell ISBN 978-1-90560-01-09]

Pine end after render removal
Hand-riven Llangolman slate from Pembrokeshire Wooden door surrounded by breathing limewash
Reproduction working medieval lime kiln




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