Tuesday 11th April 2017 | 12-1pm | 54 Bell Street
Glasgow tenements and townhouses are renowned for their resplendent plaster work often featuring ornate cornicing and highly detailed ceiling roses. Unfortunately, when buildings fall into disrepair damage to the plaster work is often the first sign of water ingress.
With over 50 years of experience working with decorative plasterwork, Bill McVey, is expertly placed to detail the process and considerations necessary for restoring historic plasterwork. Bill has worked on a number of notable interiors including Kirkhaven Church and Moray Place.
£10 per person, including lunch. £6 for students, bring your own lunch.