Information on Episode 2 : Timber Framed Buildings - Panel Infills

Panel infills form the walling between the main structural timbers of an old building. Most commonly made from wattle and daub, but also from brick, stone, tiles and boarding, panel infills are an essential aspect of a property's historic authenticity. All too often, however, they are vulnerable to unnecessary removal. SPAB's technical day at the Chiltern Open Air Museum in Buckinghamshire was designed to highlight the importance of panel infills and introduce people to the methods by which they can be repaired, or, as a last resort, replaced. Listen to our podcast recorded at the event to find out more.