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Training Sessions for 2014

  • Properties of Lime and the use of Lime in Buildings - Wednesday 30 April 2014 - 9.30 - 12.00 - with Phil Brown of Cornish Lime Company.  This session will cover the different types and properties of lime and its use in building. Click here for flyer.  To book contact - 4 places left 
  • Decorating Older Buildings - Wednesday 14 May 2014 - 9.30 - 12.00 - with Phil Brown of Cornish Lime Company.  This session will cover painting and decorating older buildings using breathable and traditional decoration including lime wash. Click here for flyer.  To book contact - 8 places left

Our training sessions book up fast and spaces are limited to 25 per session.  I will put on additional afternoon sessions if there is demand.   There may be some paperwork to complete.


Look out for an exciting announcement next week from CSBT......

In the meantime, we have a new member of staff - Nicole Solomons - who is Project Manager for ECOBEE, our European project covering eco-construction and energy efficiency knowledge sharing between England and France.  

We are also working on another European project - LIBNAM (Low Impact Building with Natural Materials).  We have hosted a study visit for our French partners - staying at Woodland Valley Farm in Ladock - they learnt how to make cob blocks and a cob oven and visited some of our Cornish cob and straw bale buildings. 

Shortly, we shall be looking for 2 new members of staff - a Marketing Manager and a Training & Curriculum Development Manager for the Green Build Hub.  The vacancies and job descriptions will be detailed our next newsletter.  
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