Trevor Wragg has been a Stone Waller since leaving school in 1964. He has worked on many farms, estates and gardens and is a Master Craftsman certificate holder, qualified training instructor and assessor. Trevor was the main co-ordinator and designer of the Royal Cipher at Chatsworth House for the Queens Jubilee celebrations and was the second co-ordinator of the Derbyshire Millenium Wall which involved 150 wallers. Having demonstrated his skills at large scale events and featuring on TV and radio, Trevors talk as part of the landscapes weekend, at the Georgian Derbyshire Festival will be based on his leaflet ‘There’s more to walls’ promoting the beauty, importance and heritage of Peak District dry stone walls. Join us to hear all about this craft and it’s contribution to Derbyshire’s stunning landscapes.