Ryedale Folk Museum is situated in Hutton-le-Hole, near Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire. A six acre site contains an iron age roundhouse, tinsmith, blacksmith, cobbler's shop, village shop & post office, tractor & machinery collection, thatched cottages and much more. School trips also welcome, please ring us on 01751 417367
Would you like to try your hand at dry stone walling with professional dry stone waller Hugh Boyd? The perfect opportunity is our taster day, come and learn how to take down and re-build a dry stone wall within the museum grounds.
Course Timings: 9.00am – 4.30pm 9.15am – 9.30am Arrive at wall/Discussion – Health & Safety 9.30am Commence to take down wall and use of lines. (Explanation given as to the construction and terms used in Dry Stone Walling) 11.00am Break 11.15am Dig out and relay of foundations stones. 12.15am First buildings stones laid. 1.00pm Lunch/discussion 2.00pm First through stones laid 3.00pm Second level through stones laid 4.15 pm – 4.30pm Top Stones on –wall completed/discussion
Minimum age 18.
Limited places so book now! email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Emma McKenzie on 01751 417367