Sat 18 & Sun 19 September, all day
Duart Castle is an iconic Scottish Castle in a dramatic and sublime landscape. The Castle was brought back into use in the early C20th (around 1912) following the efforts of Sir Fitzroy Maclean. Sir John James Burnet was the Architect responsible for the work-an eminent Architect working in London and Scotland. The Castle had been a ruin for 150 years. Stonemason Andy Bradley and architect Martin Hadlington will run this weekend event.
DAY 1 (Saturday 18th September) - Visits & tours of castle, including lighting of the lime kiln.
Approx times: 11am - 3pm, including lunch
DAY 2 (Sunday 19th September) - Practical day, opening up of the kiln and working with tutors to mix mortar and use it on the castle.
Approx times: 10am - 4pm, including lunch