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Hello from Aberdeen, (New member)

Postby big stu » Tue Mar 27, 2012 8:04 pm

Hello folks,

Found this site looking for a Dry stone dyke course in my area. Some good information on here and hoping its going to be an invaluable resource.

Recently moved house to a nice rural converted steading. Got a few dykes in need of some TLC and would like to build along the other parts of my boundary.

So looking for opportunities to learn some skills in Aberdeenshire. If anyone can knows of any events or would like some free labour in exchange for tuition I am willing. I work offshore on a fixed rota so am available week days and weekends if anyone is willing to make an offer.

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Re: Hello from Aberdeen, (New member)

Postby Nigel » Wed Mar 28, 2012 7:43 pm

Welcome along Big Stu!
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Re: Hello from Aberdeen, (New member)

Postby LukeOHan » Wed Mar 28, 2012 10:36 pm

Hi, welcome along. Have found the few years worth of threads here invaluable!
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Re: Hello from Aberdeen, (New member)

Postby notquitejo90 » Thu Apr 12, 2012 11:02 pm

hi stu
i'm out at tarland and if you add an @aol.com to my user name i'let you know when i get dyking again i generally save my dyking for the winter but i've got some built random rubble work in strathdon coming up in june if thats any use
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Re: Hello from Aberdeen, (New member)

Postby scottish gas » Mon Apr 23, 2012 6:01 pm

Hi Stu,

George Gunn usually runs dyking courses for the Scottish Traditional Skills Centre up at Turriff if you are interested. Otherwise ask the local BTCV group who generally have the odd bit of dyking or of course there's always the local DSWA group!
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