In 2007, Calverton Villager Grahame Watson decided to create his very own Iron-age 'roundhouse' – the project would take 170 days over 18 months to complete.
Made from wattle and daub, the structure measured an incredible 25 foot high with a width of 32 feet. The wattle and daub consists of two parts sandy soil, one part horse manure and a sprinkling of horse hair, all mixed together with hay and straw. All of which was concocted by Grahame using a trial and error process.
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