He added: "We cannot believe why anyone would want to deliberately do this to the Cruck
Christmas at the Cruck
is open to the public from 1pm to 4pm and there will be live music, carol singing, mulled wine and mince pies in the unique building in Torthorald near Dumfries which is the only remaining example of its kind in the area.
Rhys Jones takes cuttings and, right, an old cruck
barn made using black poplar
The arched timber supports, or cruck
trusses, stretching from the floor to the apex of the roof, are a feature of these properties found typically in northern and eastern Wales.
Hengoed, an early 15th century cruck
hall house has been dated as having been constructed between 1438 and 1447 but was only "discovered" in 2005.
A rare example of a cruck
barn is for sale at Church Farm Mews in Church Road, Dosthill, Staffordshire A cruck
frame is where a pair of long curved timbers lean inwards to support the roof.
The runner-up that day, Cruck
Realta, is a decent yardstick but Contributer really impressed with his final kick in the closing stages.
It's housed in a historic 450-year-old half cruck
cottage with an English cottage garden, run and managed entirely by volunteers.
Well-supportedCruck Having been second in the Chesham at Royal Ascot just over a week ago, Cruck
Realtawasalltheragetogoonebetter inthe6fjuvenileconditionscontestbut neededallofCathyGannon'sstrengthin thesaddletogetupanddenylong-time leaderAskTheGuru.
Dunne, of Far Cruck
Cote Farm in Shipley, was convicted following a trial.
Musicians Tony and Jo Moffat began building a home on the west coast of Scotland, investing in an architect who developed an experimental design emulating a Norwegian longhouse, using a medieval cruck
Cottage may be trapped in the landlocked middle of the Midlands.