August 10–11, August 12–13, 2013.
(also a 4 or 5-day option)
Would you like to learn one of Scotland’s oldest traditional crafts?
Dry Stane Dyking
Local charity Grace Notes Scotland (‘dedicated to handing on tradition’) is organizing two 2-day coursesCourse instructor is internationally renowned Dave Goulder who lives in Sutherland.
Master Craftsman and certificate holder with the Dry Stone Walling Association of Great Britain, Dave has been a professional dry stone builder since 1975. He is a qualified instructor and D.S.W.A examiner for certification, has demonstrated
at the Royal Highland Show and is much in demand at home and abroad.
The 2-day courses (registered with the D.S.W.A.) will be held at Locherlour, Ochtertyre (A85, west of the Mill of Locherlour)
Suitable for able-bodied males & females, teenagers upwards &
offered by Grace Notes Scotland at greatly reduced rates.
Two days: £75.00 including registration and insurance
Four days: £145.
Book now to ensure a place (maximum 10 people, minimum 4)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 01764 655 979
Text: 07786 964 300
PREFERRED DATE(S) Please tick
August 10–11, 2013 ☐
August 12–13, 2013 ☐
(August 14 is also available for the super-keen, t.b.c.)
Deposit payable on booking: £20. (Refundable only if course cancelled)
Balance due at registration: £55. (Payable to Grace Notes Scotland)
For mailing address, telephone ‘Grace Notes Scotland’ (01764 655 979)