Dry stone walling
Pensychnant Conservation Centre, Conwy. Mon 12/2 and Tues 13/2, 10:00 – 16:00
Join us to learn the traditional skill of dry-stone walling over this hands-on two day event. Dry stone walls are an integral part of our environmental history, offering a haven to wildlife and lichen as well as animals sheltering from the weather. Julian Thompson from Pensychnant Conservation Centre will be guiding us as we dismantle a portion of stone wall, then lay fresh foundations, and finally build the wall up to its full height using traditional dry stone walling techniques.
This will be a hands-on event and we will get stuck in to moving and laying stones from large to small.
Activity level – strenuous.
Free – £10 deposit to be refunded following attendance of both days.
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With thanks to the National Grid’s Community Grant Fund Programme.