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  • Alston's little known Roman Fort

    June 29, 2015

    At short notice I received an invitation to facilitate/teach a small group of students in the the making of a log bench of an appropriate design suitable for one of the regions most important landmark Roman Forts just above the village of Alston on the Northumberland/ Cumbria border. Read More >

  • Urban Woodland Thinning

    October 04, 2013

    Native woodlands are at the heart of everything we do at WOODSMITH. Its where we started and where we still like to be. Over a 15 year period we have under taken many thinning contracts for organizations such as The Woodland Trust and this Autumn we will be returning to a small urban woodland in Washington, Tyne and Wear, a woodland we first thinned about 10 years ago. Read More >

  • Living Willow Revettment

    April 10, 2013

    Met a couple from Northumberland at last years north east Heritage Skills Festival at Tynemouth Station who asked if I would make them a living willow revetment to contain a very old earth bank was on the verge of collapsing into their back lane. Read More >

  • Kubbestol

    December 15, 2012

    The beginning of what will probably be a long process - the making of a traditional Norwegian kubbestol. A kubbestol is a chair made from a solid log. A raw log is first hollowed, shaped, and seasoned. When fully seasoned (which takes about two years) the Kubbestol blank is shaped to its final form and carved, each with an original design. Though somewhat primitive in concept, these chairs are shaped and formed to be comfortable to sit in. Read More >

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