Mendip H​ills 

Rebuilding walls on the Mendip hills to a high standard using traditional local materials and methods of construction. There are hundreds of miles of dry stone walls on the Mendips alone that are in dire need of reconstruction. If they are left to decay at the current rate the walls will disappear from the countryside all together in the not to distant future. The walls on the Mendips have been in place since the middle of the nineteenth century and not only provides a stunning visual experience but also provide valuable plant and wildlife habitat.