A spot of decorating for a change

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Using the throw it at the wall and see if sticks method

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In the attics there are two spaces that have a wall to the outside – in fact it’s where next door ought to be.
Definitely a cause of penetrating and adventitious damp (possibly cold running water?)

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I wonder how far this water is going to descend.

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Hesitantly trying out the ‘lid’ on the room. There are beams to be added yet supporting that lining board beneath the tiles.
Some of that end wall is probably an odds and ends storage with a bit of furniture thrown in for good measure, I would imagine.

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