Having worked in the conservation and building of drystone walls for many years, Andrew’s walling skills have lent themselves to a variety of projects both in the UK and abroad. In 1997, Andrew won his first walling competition and he was runner-up in the British Professional Championship in 1999. He offers quality walling services to a wide client base, a few of which are detailed below.
Lake District National Park Authority
Restoration of bee boles and lime kiln.
The Ruskin Museum, Coniston
Construction of drystone wall exhibit, including traditional features.
Windermere Parish Council
South Lakes District Council
- Extensive repair work to the boundary wall of Kendal Castle.
- Building a disabled-access ramp at Borran’s Park, Ambleside.
- General Walling Work.
Construction of an installation to the design of a renowned Belgian artist.
Construction of enclosures surrounding water pumping stations on National Trust land.
Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Extensive wall repairs to the boundary of the Hervey Nature Reserve, Whitbarrow Scar, Witherslack.
Aquarium of the Lakes
Construction of a triangulation point and stone bench as a visitor attraction.
Wray Castle Ltd.
Corporate sign mounted in stone plinth.
Rebuilding damaged drystone sculpture in Grizedale Sculpture Park.
Other clients include Coniston Parish Council, English Nature, and many more private and
Andrew Loudon - Traditional & Decorative Stonework
Bowmanstead Cottage,Bowmanstead,Coniston,Cumbria,LA21 8HB, UK
Tel: +44 (0)15394 41985