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13th May - 15:18

2022 Fellow Daahir Mohamed is a lime plasterer. From the road he shares some highlights and reflections on heritage. 

09th February - 14:07

We’re delighted that plasterer and 2022 Fellow Daahir Mohamed has been awarded a generous grant from Heritage Crafts. The grant will help to support him during the Fellowship, our six-month training scheme for craftspeople.

05th July - 17:14

SPAB Fellow Toby Slater explores the craft of Herefordshire carpenter and stonemason John Abel.

05th March - 00:00

2019 Fellow Matthew Wilson looks back on six months of travel, craft and thought-provoking conversations.

17th February - 17:14

Every year a select group of architects, surveyors, engineers, and craftspeople are picked for our prestigious training schemes in building conservation.

06th November - 00:00

For the first time, we are recruiting for millwright applicant on our crafts Fellowship for 2020. We asked 2009 SPAB Fellow Karl Grevatt to share his experience of moving from carpentry into millwrighting.

10th September - 16:58

How does the SPAB Fellowship programme fit into a craftsperson’s current employment?

30th August - 12:06

A nine-month, hands-on learning experience aimed at craftspeople, architects, surveyors and engineers.

30th July - 17:25

2019 Fellow Matthew Wilson is a self-employed bricklayer which he combines with a career as an actor. Here he explores balancing his two professions with the Fellowship.

01st April - 12:14

Stonemason Sean Henderson, carpenter and joiner Sam Matthams,  stonemason Luke O’Hanlon, and bricklayer Matthew Wilson, are the latest recruits to the SPAB's Fellowship - a unique educational scheme designed to nurture and develop the hands-on skills needed to care for old buildings.