Eartha

OVER ONE THIRD OF THE WORLDS POPULATION….

APPROXIMATELY 3 BILLION PEOPLE ON SIX CONTINENTS….

LIVES OR WORKS IN BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED OF EARTH’

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Membership

As an EARTHA member you will be will be 

• Added to the mailing list and receive details of events by post or e-mail

• Entitled to concessionary entrance fees at EARTHA events

• Able to advertise earth related services on the EARTHA website

• Entitled to vote at the AGM and take an active part in the organisation of EARTHA

 • Able to network with other professionals and building owners with an interest in earth building

 • Have access to the members area which includes:

  1. Technical advice sheets
  2. Members blog
  3. Survey of earth buildings in Diss
  4. Frequently asked questions
  5. Committee minutes

Eartha Est. 1994

EARTHA is an association of like minded people and organisations whose aim is to foster the cause of clay building in East Anglia.

WHAT WE DO: Demonstrations and hands on workshops are held during the warmer months at various locations throughout the region, these cover the two principal forms of clay construction i.e. wattle and daub, and clay lump.

WHO CAN JOIN:

Membership is open to individuals or organisations; these can be grouped as building professionals, conservationists, craftsmen and women, owners of earth buildings and any individual or organisation who would like to contribute to the promotion and conservation of earthen architecture in East Anglia.

Would you like to become a member?

Advice On Repair & Conservation

Block Making Demonstrations

Promoting New Earth Building

Training In Earth Building

Wattle and Daub

Cataloguing Existing Earth Buildings

Earth Buildings

 Earth buildings can take many forms and adopt many techniques some of which are illustrated below

New Build in Traditional Cob Devon

Cob Chapel Conversion near Wroxham

Rammed Earth Used To Contruct New House - Blakeney, Norfolk

Earth Block Compression Testing

Community building in Earth Block - S. Buckinghamshire

Shuttered cob North Devon