Level 1 Dry Stone Walling Training Course
Learn a heritage skill and gain a Dry Stone Walling Lantra Accredited Qualification with guidance from a Dry Stone Walling Association Master Craftsman. This training is funded by the Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership as part of the Traditional Boundaries project.
10 day training programme delivered as 2 days per week over 5 weeks.
The practical test on the final day will ask that you build 2.5 square metres of dry stone wall in 7 hours to gain the Craftsman Certification Scheme Level 1 Qualification in dry stone walling.
Dates: 31st July + 1st August; 7th + 8th August; 14th+ 15th August; 21st + 22nd August; 28th + 29th August (test date)
Booking essential. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01200 420 420.
Please note this course is free, however the test will cost £132.
You will need:
- Strong boots, steel toes preferred (no shoes or trainers)
- Suitable outdoor clothing, extra layers and waterproofs
- Packed lunches and refreshments for each day.
Minimum age 18 years.
Previous walling experience is useful, but not essential.
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'Beyond the Dig'
In-Situ are currently inviting expressions of interest from artists who are keen to be involved in the latest residency being offered by The Gatherings project. This is a short residency, focussing on the summer community archaeology project being run by the landscape partnership in conjunction with the Archaeology department from University of Lancashire. For more details contact In-Situ.
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