Heritage Survey Training Day
Date: Saturday 20th Feb 2016, 10.30am – 4.00pm
Venue(s): Thimbleby Village Hall (14 Main Road, LN9 5RE) and St Margaret’s Church
Anyone interested in learning about how to keep a historic building well maintained, and to spot maintenance issues before they become costly repairs, is welcome to attend this key hands-on training day, which is free to attend and includes lunch at the Durham Ox.
No building knowledge or experience is needed – the survey is about looking at the building and recording what you see. We do not anticipate any climbing of ladders. If you have a clipboard, digital camera or binoculars though, please bring them with you if you are happy to use them during the day.
10.30 Tea & Coffee
10.40 Welcome and introduction
10.45 What is Maintenance and Why is it Important?
11.15 Discovering the key maintenance issues at St Margaret’s: using our baseline condition survey
11.45 Surveying the Exterior
13.00 Lunch at the Durham Ox
14.00 Surveying the Interior
15.30 What Next? Finishing off the survey and developing your maintenance plan
15.45 Discussion and feedback
Booking: This training day is free to attend, but you must book places in advance via the events section of our website (http://www.spabmcp.org.uk/events/filter:Lincolnshire).
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Stella Jackson at email@example.com, or by phone on 07776 156274.