Walling Gallery

I work solo as a waller from my base in Cardiff, Wales. Below you will find a selection of my work.

Margam Country Park repaired
Margam Park down & out
Margam Country Park – down
A few days work restoring ancient deer Park walls at Margam Country Park – East Lane – using fallen stone – plenty more to do!

‘Looking lovely – fair play’ Margam Country Park staff.

Hi Richard thanks for a great job, we are very pleased , I will try and leave a review on yell for you Kind Regards Private client – Kevin & Jane

Pwllmelin Road Llandaff After
Pwllmelin Road Llandaff After
Pwllmelin Road Llandaff Before
Pwllmelin Road Llandaff Before

Take down thirty year old low wall and replace with a substantially higher wall in the Llandaff style using new stone sourced from R P Williams

Garden of Dr William Price Round House Pontypridd after clearance, repair and new steps dry stone build

Newly built 20m dry stone wall in garden in central Cardiff using recycled stone from RP Williams

Dyrham Park National Trust, Sandy Lane external dry stone wall around the deer park. An extensive repair completed by my Monday team includes a small return to protect the root system of this beautiful ancient oak. Capping stones required to finish!

An afternoon dry stone repair – 100 year old garden wall in Cardiff using original stone ‘Amazing, thanks – Great Job’ – (Private client) John, Pontcanna

Phase 2 Cwm Ogwr Forest wall – 100 metres dry stone boundary wall repaired spring and summer 2019

Llanisien a traditional garden stone wall – a pre Xmas project before the guests arrived!dav

‘We were absolutely delighted with the work carried out by Richard.  He worked methodically and thoroughly and our garden was transformed.  The dry stone wall looks so much better than wood fencing or concrete walls!’                                                      (Private clients Elisabeth and Roger – 2019)

davCwmogwr Forest phase II north – first 10m including a ‘smoot’. ‘Excellent work – very happy’ – owner John Williams

Rebuilding on roadside of Sandy Lane for the National Trust, Dyrham Park 

Restoring forest walls in the Ogmore Valley – copes to follow                

Working with Ken Young high above Newbridge – thank you Ken!

Working above Aberfan with the South Wales Dry Stone Walling association

My first cheekend in tight space in Derbyshire – with brilliant, generous John Broadhead – Ox Stonecraft, thanks for your time and raising my game – a rapid acceleration in skills

Overhanding skills with Ken Young – there’s a deep lane behind the wall.

National Trust Volunteer Rangers – Dry Stone Waller in Dyrham Park – (the only place I have seen stone sorted quite like this) working with John, Dave and Alan.

Another cheekend in Burford working with Kath Wright – star!

Working with Winchcombe school students for  Cotswald Conservation Board.  Novice  students stripped out to foundation and rebuilt the wall with my support. Brilliant work guys!

Always beautiful locations – gapping with a view to the Skirrid and to the Bristol ChanneldavWorking with Ken Young – Ken’s better side – a project below Twmbarlwm – Newport

Working solo in Ogmore Valley – December 2018 – 20 metres down – 80 metres to gop1090564DSWA Level 2 intermediate qualification day  – Strip down and rebuild a cheek-end + 2.5 metres of wall in 7.5 hours of driving rain on the Brecon Beacons – 5 tons of stone shifted and one knackered  happy individual.

9 thoughts on “Walling Gallery

  1. lovely to see pics of your other work in some fab places, Richard. As the householder where you “Rebuilt garden wall in Pontcanna, Cardiff, using conservation standard black lime mortar”, I just wanted to comment on what a great job you did! Much appreciated!

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  2. Saw your nextdoor pontcanna post. Need rear garden wall repairing. If you fancy takkng a look, let us know and we can leave back lane access open. Rob 64 cathedral rd 07435 611880

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  3. Great work. I will recommend our neighbours contact you. Their old radyr stone wall collapsed in the storm last week – early victorian garden wall in Pontcanna
    Iona
    PS My other half has just finished building a garden pond. We have several bags of bits of slate – off cuts, not chippings. Could you use them at all?

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  4. Great work on our boundary wall in Radyr in Jan/Feb 2021. Excellent work in some pretty apalling weather. It looks beautiful. We will look at it every day from our kitchen.

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