A GalGael Team spent two weeks of May milling in Edinburgh's Holyrood Park. Through relationships with Historic Scotland we've been able to access some of the best Elm that remains in Scotland.
Because it's Elm and because of the dangers of Dutch Elm Disease we've had to de-bark all of the timber on site before transporting it back to Glasgow. In Glasgow we have another team that is unloading and stacking the timber. It will air dry for 12 - 18 months before being ready for a final kiln drying session.
Look out for some truly stunning Elm coming out of GalGael in 2014!