OnFARM Podcast: Heather Thatching at Braemar Castle

OnFARM Podcast: Braemar Castle Community Restoration Project

In our second episode with OnFARM at Braemar Castle we hear from our Bell Ingram volunteers who spent a day on the hill at Invercauld Estate harvesting heather to be thatched on the castle’s fog house roof. 
We also hear from Brian Wilson who is one of the very few people still plying the trade of heather thatching.

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About: Iain is Partner in charge of Bell Ingram Design. His main role is working with clients on projects from the initial concept, through site searches, funding challenges and statutory consents. He's an experienced and talented architect with a long track record, working on a diverse range of projects from small scale residential through to large public, commercial, residential and tourism builds. Interests: Architecture, Building Surveying, Trustee of the Scottish Lime Centre, a highly respected historic building skills training centre.

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