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Gordon Wilton

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Gordon Wilton started farming when he left school. He worked on three farms where he was involved in maintenance work as well as general farming duties. It was during this time that he started walling, working alongside other farm employees maintaining the boundary and field walls. He was able to develop his skills to a [...]

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Sally Hodgson

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Sally Hodgson started her dry stone walling business in 1989. She holds the Dry Stone Walling Association’s (DSWA) Master Craftsman Certificate and is also a qualified training instructor, examiner, judge and assessor. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector, having begun teaching in 1991. Sally grew [...]

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Countryside Management

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Gain practical skills to help conserve our unique countryside. We also teach various countryside activities incorporating a variety of practical skills and portfolio building, covering areas such as an introduction to dry stone walling, planting and maintaining a woodland, building and maintaining paths, repairing and maintaining tools and understanding health and safety within land based activities. Contact [...]

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