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  • Heritage Roof Training Programme Mike Fildes Director of Fildes Roofing Ltd and South Coast Roof Training Ltd
  • The Sunken Galley at Watts Gallery, Compton nr Guildford Project completed: 2011 Oak Cleft Shingling at Watts Gallery, Compton nr Guildford Project completed: 2011
  • Caddlington House near Horndean, Hampshire Using natural slates and leadworks Project completed: 2010 View slide
  • Kingsham Farm near Midhurst Using Cotswold random stone & associated leadworks Project completed: 2009 View slide
  • South Coast Roof Training Centre at Littlehampton
  • Rigs at South Coast Roof Training Centre in Littlehampton
  • Richard Jordan and the five candidates taking the Heritage Skills NVQ Level 3 SAP in Roofing
  • A field trip to a slate quarry The Heritage Roofing candidates warming up on a chilly day at the Weald & Downland Museum in West Sussex
  • Random Slates laid to roof rigs at SCRT by the Heritage Roofing candidates
  • Sorting slates at the SCRT centre in Littlehampton
  • Wooden pegs fixing the random slate to battens
  • Head bedding slates: lime mortar fixes the slates to each other to stop them moving
  • The arrival and sorting of Cotswold stone slates
  • Completing a stone roof – water is poured down the slope to make sure it is water-tight. It was!
  • Using heritage skills to work with the tiles: whittling pegs and cutting tiles by hand
  • A laced valley
  • Swept valleys
  • An eyebrow
  • Curved tiling
  • Torching the underside of a roof
  • Full torching – the lime mortar is the darker stripes, the lighter stripes are the laths
  • Horse, goat and yak hair is used in lime mortar to help bind it.
  • St Andrews Church in Tangmere, West Sussex. Re-tiling and shingling the spire after lightning damage to the roof.
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    • Weald and Downland Museum, West Sussex
  • Mike Fildes Director of Fildes Roofing Ltd and South Coast Roof Training Ltd Email: [email_address] Telephone: 0845 678 0065