Lime Mortar Working

Lime Mortar Working

[singlepic id=487 w=320 h=240 float=none]Under the guidance of David Viner Heritage Officer CRT and with the help of Rodri and Emyr, all from CRT, volunteers continued the work from the WRG camp.

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Two Tuesday have been devoted to finish off the poining, using traditional lime and mortar for the stones that had become loose,  or were missing on the bywash walls.  Gareth went back the next day to knock back the motar once it had begun to harden.

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