Ian Rotherham illustrated lecture on ‘Ancient Woodland History Industry and Crafts’ at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve Sunday MARCH 2nd 2014 Flier

A traditional beesom maker or broom squire 1930s

A traditional broom squire

Ian Rotherham lecture at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve Sunday MARCH 2nd 2014 Flier

Carting the logs 1906

Carting the logs

I will be giving an illustrated lecture on ‘Ancient Woodland History Industry and Crafts’ at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve Sunday MARCH 2nd 2014.

A Hearty Meal – Charcoal Burners, Balcombe Forest, West Sussex, 1908

Traditional charcoal burners

All are welcome so please come along and join us. Pre-booking is essential – please see flier for details. I hope to see you there!

Working the woods early 1900s

Woodland workers and their heavy horses

There will be a book display and sale with chance to buy my recent book on this topic (published by Shire) at a discount. There will be other books too.

 

Ancient Woodland, History, Industry and Crafts

Carting the coppice, Crowborough, early 1900s

 

Carting coppice 

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One Response to Ian Rotherham illustrated lecture on ‘Ancient Woodland History Industry and Crafts’ at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve Sunday MARCH 2nd 2014 Flier

  1. Shirley Anne Cook says:

    Hello
    That photo of the burners at Balcombe has my granddad in it, Thomas Harber. ( second from left) I only have a black and white photo. I’d love a colour one. Shirley

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