Dry stone wall built by volunteers at the Welland Steam Rally site entrance.

Dry stone walling is a country craft or skill that is often demonstrated at country shows and rural events. Local walling and conservation association's often run the demonstrations to recruit new members and offer course to teach conservation volunteers the skills.

The styles of walling can vary depending on the area of the country and the stone used, as well as local practices as to how the walls are topped and the addion of featutes such as sheep passages and stiles.

Events with walling demonstrations[edit | edit source]

Dry stone walling at Masham Steam Engine and Fair Organ Rally

Other rural skills demonstrations[edit | edit source]

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