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April 2010

Building a roundhouse

Posted by Ian Daniel on 29 April 2010
Building a roundhouse with Ian Daniel
Celebrating the new door frame
Building a roundhouse
The new door frame in place
Building a roundhouse
Wattling has been finished
Building a roundhouse
Wattling between the posts
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Over the past weeks we've been building a new roundhouse here. Join us over the next few weeks to see the building develop. Dafydd Wiliam is busy constructing the roundhouse and I'll be around to explain the process to you. You can follow the daily developments on

This Saturday and Monday (1st and 3rd of May) you can join me to experience fire lighting and cooking techniques. I wonder how similar these techniques actually are to those used by people during the Iron Age?

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