Emma works on a wide range of projects and has experience with local stone and styles. She has worked on agricultural, (gapping and field walls), garden and property walling and is happy to meet to discuss any work you have in mind.
In 2014 Emma achieved her ambition of becoming a qualified dry stone waller and is registered with the Dry Stone Walling Association (www.dswa.org.uk).
In 2016 she qualified became a professional waller having achieved her Level 2 LANTRA
award in Dry Stone Walling.
Since 2016, as well as working on her own jobs Emma has completed a number of
projects working alongside Trevor Wragg, a Master Craftsman. Through this opportunity
Emma has gained a wide and varied experience of different stone, walls and features,
including a number of large landscaping projects.
Utilising her many years of training and teaching Emma now also teaches walling on
courses for beginners with the Derbyshire Branch of the Dry Stone Walling Association.
She also gives talks about her remarkable work transition, details can be found on her
Talks and Links page.