Most of my jobs involve me driving a fair distance. For instance I have been working on a big project on and off for a big chunk of 2020 in Perth, an hour up the M90 motorway.
So when I got the call to discuss a project in my own town, I was delighted. A 12 minute commute!
The project involved building two walls – one curved and one straight to form a new entrance way. Alston stone from Cumbria was the chosen stone and the house name carving was by Josephine Crossland.
As of October 2020, the straight section of wall is to be completed once West Lothian Council approves the removal of a dying tree.