Conservation and restoration in Coucy-le-Château
|Dates from 18/10/2020 to 24/10/2020||Age > 17 years old||Type of project Volunteer site / technical internship|
Classified as a historic monument in 1931, the entrance portal is the only vestige of the former Governor's House which survived the First Monsdial War.
Dating from the 17th century, this stone monument holds an important place in the history of Coucy. It is therefore essential to keep it. Come take part in its restoration!
The Governor's portal is located at the entrance to Lhermitte Park, the village's municipal park, 100 meters from the house.
This week-long course will allow you to initiate yourself in the techniques of conservation-restoration of stone outdoors. You will approach by theory and practice, different treatments and stages of restoration: condition report, diagnosis, biocidal treatment, stone cleaning, repointing, consolidation ...
The guided tour of the castle and the fortified enclosure are essentials at the start of construction.
If the weather permits for the rest of the week, we will visit another site in the region.
Registration fees : to pay at REMPART at registration
Frais de séjour : 150€ / session
Cotisation : 5€ / an