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Traditionally this type of barn is filled between the timbers with `wattle and daub`, a mud and straw paste spread over intertwined sticks of willow. This timbered building has long since become redundant. The owners tried to keep the elements out by filling in the missing wattle and daub with brick, but this only led to further decay as the structure warped under the extra weight.