Site Visit and Social at St Oswald’s, Grasmere

The following training event is to be held on the 16th and 17th June 2017, 9.00 – 16.30

Each day will consist of a ‘hard hat’ tour of the scaffolding to the roof of the tower, talks in the church hall and demonstrations in the site compound. UK Restoration Services staff will be onsite undertaking:
Hard cement mortar removal
Mixing Hot Lime Mortar
Lime Pointing inc packing joints
Please let us know if you are interested in giving a 10-minute presentation of current or recent projects, successes and failures, whether as the contractor or professional. There are Power Point facilities in the meeting room.
A buffet lunch will be provided by UK Restoration Services; a donation to the church of £20 will be requested. Please let us know in advance if you have any dietary requirements (e.g. pescatarian, gluten free, vegan).
Part of the day will be spent outdoors so please do wear warm and waterproof clothing. Please bring your own PPE if you have it: hi-vis jacket and boots for the site visit and gloves and goggles if you want to participate in the demonstrations. Please let us know if you wish UK Restoration Services to provide PPE and let us know your show size and jacket size.
Free admission

to book contact Building Limes Forum or via facebook link
For further info contact UK Restoration Services at




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