Interested in cooking your own pizza, flatbread and more outside in your woodlands?? Well here one of our Agents, David Alty assisted by some very helpful volunteers, will show you how to build a cob oven, for you to do just that. You will see all the different stages of production from creating the cooking floor using wine bottles as insulation to mixing clay and creating your correctly proportioned cob oven.
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Artist Mike Hartley breathes, lives and builds a dream tree house - and explains the engineering involved. For more info on his work, please visit http://mikeartworks.weebly.com/
With many thanks to The Forge, who commissioned the Tree House Project https://www.facebook.com/wildrumpuscic/
Music by Jim Nield. Enquiries to [email protected] or find him on Spotify
A CAN film https://www.claudianye.co.uk for Woodlands TV https://www.youtube.com/user/WOODLANDSTV
Traditional Craftsman Ben Chester builds a Bodger's Den and explains about the art of building with what's available in your woodland.
For more info on the work that Ben does, please visit www.benchester.co.uk
This bodger's den is located in Three Hagges Wood Meadow www.threehaggeswoodmeadow.org.uk
With thanks to the Forestry Commission, Bettys and Escrick Park Estate for the funding of the Bodgers’ Den.
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Woodland Educator Paul Beadle explains the basics of building a safe shelter in the forest that will last ...
For more info please visit www.cdwes.co.uk
A Can Film https://www.facebook.com/filminthecan for Woodlands TV
Here we see Andrew and some of his Classic Barn Company team - project manager Ben and craftsman Witold - as they share their passion for producing beautiful oak-framed garages. They are Accredited to The Guild of Master Craftsmen and the buildings they create reflect their care and attention to detail. Their pride in their work is obvious - from conception through to completion - as is their love of this traditional, reliable timber. http://www.classicbarns.co.uk An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv
Here we see experienced forest workers and contractors Keith Seymour and Matthew Pepper as they make a woodland track using a range of building materials and construction vehicles. Weather-dependent work - their skills are clear as they ensure the track will provide long-lasting access through the woods.
An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/t
Advice from the agents of Woodlands.co.uk and the Small Woodland Owners` Group (SWOG) about the legalities around building on your woodland. Contact the agents direct via:
http://www.woodlands.co.uk/about-us/contact-us.php and SWOG http://www.swog.org.uk/
Tim Potts talks here at the Forestry Commission`s summer `Treefest` at Westonbirt Arboretum about his work specialising in the design and construction of timber-framed buildings. Tim outlines the various choices of timber for different construction purposes, touches on some of the building processes and highlights the advantages of using oak. He also speaks of the importance of the Carpenters` Fellowship training and qualifications in oak frame construction.
David Saunders shows how local materials were used in construction of the Woodlands Enterprise Centre.
http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ An Anglo Saxon house based on Anglo Saxon history. A reconstruction of an Anglo Saxon home built over a pit by the East Sussex Archaeology and Museums Partnership. A style of building which could be copied and used in woods and forests to form a shelter today. http://woodlands.co.uk