- Building straw bale walls, fixing in place and fitting a wooden framework
- Mixing cob (a natural building material made from sand, clay, water, straw and earth) – this is the messy part!
- Rendering walls and applying lime wash
What’s in it for you?
- Opportunity to learn new skills and develop teamwork that you can take back to the work environment
- Supervised learning in a positive outside environment
- Tasty local and homemade food
- Genuine and much-needed support for a well-established and well-loved local community project - in its 20th year of providing a safe working environment for vulnerable adults and children to learn skills in gardening, cooking and bushcraft as well as social skills and access to employment.
When: This will take place during April and May 2014, and is weather dependent
How to apply: Contact Warren to apply, discuss arrangements, and how to get the most from the team challenge, both on the day and when you are back at work
For more information please contact us at - email: firstname.lastname@example.org - tel: 07988 837951
Warren Carter and the team at the Moulsecoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife Project
The roof is finished! If one green bottle should....Finishing the cord wood walls
If one green bottle should....Finishing the cord wood walls