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It is generally accepted that thatching is one of the many traditional crafts which can be found in this country and it is one which remains fundamentally unchanged through centuries.

Although this can be said to be fairly accurate when it comes to describing the various methods of thatching, the same cannot be claimed when referring to the standards of craftsmanship which are found throughout Britain today. The problem of poor craftsmanship and semi-skilled workers operating as 'competent' thatchers has become acute.

This problem is exacerbated by the sad fact that the general public knows very little about the correct way to thatch and, even more distressing is that owners of thatched properties don't always know where to turn for sound, competent advice.

The National Society of Master Thatchers has, for many years, used its powers to protect and support the very highest standards in craftsmanship, within the thatching industry of this country.

Address: National Society of Master Thatchers Limited
c/o Messrs Wheelers
Vale House
Wharf Road
Ash Vale
Surrey
GU12 5AR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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