The North Door
The door frame is a classic medieval design known as a 'lancet head'. It is bolted to the existing and recently renewed sections of the building's oak frame. The bolt heads have been recessed within counterbored holes around the frame edge and are concealed with oak plugs. The door itself is nearly four feet wide and consists of tapered and hand-moulded vertical boards nailed to horizontal boards behind. It is rectangular in shape and hangs on large purpose made wrought iron hinges. Both the door and frame have been made using English oak.

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