9th International Hemp Building Symposium

 Hemp  building  symposium  hemp fibre
31 03 2020
 Hornington Manor, Oxton Ln, Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, United Kingdom   31/03 - 01/04/2020

The 9th International Hemp Building Symposium will be held in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside, Hornington Manor is a unique venue. The Grade II listed Manor was built in 1770 and has been lovingly restored to provide luxury self-catering accommodation, which is the perfect setting for our next Symposium. It is also the site of the 300 acre Harrison Spinks farm which provides Hemp fibre for top quality mattresses.


The two day event will consist of international speakers with the latest research results and material tests. There will also be presentations from people working in the industry about projects they are involved in both planned or completed. This year’s Symposium will also feature an extra day on the 2nd of April, featuring a range of Hempcrete spraying technologies.

Our symposiums are well known for the ground-breaking technological innovations presented from around the world while at the same time providing an ideal opportunity for networking in this growing sector. This is the largest global gathering of hemp building experts.

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Moderated by : Alexia ROBIN

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