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26 Aug, 2009

Building Systems course National Self Build & Renovation Events

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Building materials|Buildings|DIY tips|Energy|Exhibitions and Shows|Green Eco Building|Green roof|Housing|roofing|Timber building|Walls

Seminars and study workshops about building & DIY techniques for the new self-builder at Swindon’s National Self Build & Renovation Centre.

Lots of other building & DIY type courses, usually free.

This is Sat 12th & Sunday 13th September 2009, see their site for directions, it is very near the west Swindon M4 junction (not the main one, the Bristol side, 16 or 17, can’t remember offhand), on the other side of the motorway, ie come off and cross back to the right and it is there on the left side a few metres up.

More info at Different Building Systems 12-13 Sept. 2009 >

See also our many images from a visit there at Building DIY images of National Building Centre >

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