The latest key stage event and visual spectacle of the Diamond Jubilee Fenland Black Oak Project took place today at the Building Crafts College (BCC)
Why is this project so important? Posted October 12, 2012
Bog Oak stack from one farm showing rapid deterioration once excavated It is important to make clear that not all excavated bog oaks can be
Hamish Low of Adamson and Low took part in a radio interview with PRI’s The World: Geo Quiz discussing The Diamond Jubilee Fenland Black Oak Project.
Diamond Jubilee Fenland Black Oak Project gets underway Posted September 25, 2012 | Tagged: Adamson and Low, Bog Oak, Cambridgeshire, Ely, Fenland Black Oak, Fens, G.S. Shropshire & Sons Ltd, InSitu Designs - Sawmills & Oakwrights, Logosol UK, Malco Freight, The Building Crafts College, The Worshipful Company of Carpenters
13.4 metre 5,000 year old oak excavated and sawmilled on site in Norfolk fens One of the largest and most beautifully preserved 5,000 year old
Diamond Jubilee not-for-profit-project to create a huge table to gift to the nation The largest ever intact 5,000 year old sub-fossilised trunk of an ancient