Whithorn and Garlieston Schools work with the School of Ancient Crafts to harvest the crops which they planted in May.
Led by a professional dyker, this course will help you learn how to take down an old dyke and rebuild
The workshop will be led by a professional dyker and we provide the equipment. Building new dykes round the raised beds
The workshop will be led by a professional dyker and we’ll provide the necessary equipment ( very little !). How to repair a dyke – toppers, bands; types of dyke
See the Iron Age brought back to life by re-enactors from the School of Ancient Crafts. Find out more and try your hand at spinning, ginding grain, cooking and many other activities of daily life in the prehistoric past.
Try out dry stone construction – you’ll be surprised how ancient this craft is ! The workshop will be led by a professional dyker and you will be helping the Trust to create new dykes and raised beds in its kitchen garden. All protective gloves and equipment provided.