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Grain Store On Staddal Stones - The Wooden Workshop Bampton Devon

This was a lovely project to be involved with, we were commissioned to build a grain store to be installed on Staddle stones.


  • 3600mm x 2700mm
  • Ridge height – 3300mm
  • hipped roof
  • cedar shingle roof
  • Featheredge cladding
  • 45mm x 75mm pressure treated timber studwork
  • x2 fixed glazed panels with glazing panels 700mm x 1100mm in the gable end
  • Stable door
  • Steps and handrail leading up to the building


A little bit of history on Staddle stones

Staddle stone name comes from The Old English “Stathol” which means base or support. They were commonly used in the 1700 – 1800 to raise grain buildings up off the ground to protect them from water damage and vermin.

They were carved by local stonemasons which made each one uniquely individual.


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