Hands-On Conservation Workshop
Join Matt Faber from conservation specialists Oliver Architecture, for a hands-on workshop where you will get the opportunity to use traditional building materials including lime mortar. Learn about historic buildings, materials and conservation methods by exploring the local architecture with Matt and the Jewellery Quarter heritage teams and a practical session in Warstone Lane Cemetery.
This workshop will be delivered outside, and it will involve the use of materials which may get onto clothing, so please make sure you wear something suitable.
This event is heavily subsidised but there is a small charge for equipment hire. Booking is essential as places are strictly limited. This event always has a waiting list so please let us know if you need to cancel for any reason. We’ll meet at the Vyse Street gate of the cemetery, opposite the multi-storey car park.
If you have any other questions of access requirements, please email
The Jewellery Quarter is accessible by train and tram to Jewellery Quarter station. Bus services 101 and 8A/8C stop at The Chamberlain Clock. The best place to park is in the Multistorey Car park on Vyse Street as on street parking is limited. Please be aware that the Jewellery Quarter is inside the Clean Air Zone.
There are lots of local pubs, cafes and shops to explore after your workshop.
Organised by The Jewellery Quarter BID
Date & TimeSat 16 Sept | 10am-1pm
Warstone Lane Cemetery, Jewellery Quarter, B18 6NR
Cost£5 (+£0.80 Eventbrite fee)
AccessThis is an outdoor event. The Cemetery has uneven paths and grassy areas.
For requirements, please email