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If you've always wanted to know about traditional timber framing, a series of courses at the Nuneham Courtenay arboretum could be just for you. Run by timber frame historian Henry Russell of the Carpenters' Fellowship, they run throughout May and June.

No previous knowledge is required; beginners just need to be reasonably fit and willing to have a go, while improvers will get the experience of a cruck frame and learn how to convert round logs to squared up timber.

There are a series of three weeks, starting on May 6th. Each week costs 375 which includes lunch each day and camping on site.

For more details contact the course administrator Barbara Czoch on 07971 629916 or email

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