In the upland areas of the UK, such places as the Lake District , Pennines, the north-east and much of Scotland and Wales dry stone walling is the most common type of field boundary. Some in Cornwall date back to the iron age and as Britain moved away from feudalism many common land areas were enclosed. Wherever stone and labour was cheap you will find the drystone walls that offer a haven to wildlife and lichen - and animals sheltering from the weather. Dry stone walls are an integral part of our environmental history and they enhance our landscape with a sturdy rough beauty. The traditional skills of the dry stone waller are being kept alive in the UK and you too can learn how to build walls, arches and bridges. So if you want to know what a sheep creep or a lunkie is then join a course!