The stone wall in front of the Penrose Strawbridge House has taken a beating over the years. Volunteers are helping to restore it.
This wall was probably added by the Strawbridges sometime in the 1920s. The weather over the last 90 years has caused a lot of the mortar to crumble.
One of our volunteers, Mick Robinson of Robinson Masonry and Restoration, offered to begin restoring the wall, cleaning up and repointing the top of it.
A great start but still more to do ... any masons out there looking to help out?