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Past Scholars and Fellows: Where are they now?

Dave Watts, National Trust’s Area Clerk of Works for South Derbyshire and 1995 Fellow, tells the SPAB about his love affair with brickwork.

At school I only ever excelled at sport so after leaving at 15 with only two O Levels I embarked on a bricklaying apprenticeship at British Rail in Derby. 639 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: THE FOUR HOUR WORK WEEK

By Sheryl Smolkin

The 4-hour work week was originally published in 2007 and an expanded and updated edition was released in 2009. But I just heard about this #1 New York Times bestseller recently and became curious enough about the author’s philosophy to order a review copy. 1,022 more words

Sheryl Smolkin

Repointing?

The builders have been back after an absence and have been sorting out down pipes and drain stuff and brickwork… More of that in another post. 266 more words

Restoration

Property W Extension By Studio Prototype Contrasts Stripy Cedar With Original Brickwork by Beauty and Hairstyle

This gabled extension to a brick home in the Netherlands was designed by Studio Prototype to mimic the shape of the original house but is clad in an totally different material. 33 more words

Lets talk about something realy interesting and amazing to all people ....................... BRICKS.

It could have been something starting with a S and ending with an X but hey you can look anywhere for that type of thing so I chose bricks, well more or less the formation of bricks they way are laid. 455 more words

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