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Bursary placement

14 December 2008

A Traditional Building Skills Bursary Scheme secondment has given a William Birch & Son’s bricklayer, Steve Coupland, in York, the chance to work on the stone of York Minster for six months. Earlier in the year Steve gained his Level 2 NVQ in stonemasonry from York College, picking up the College’s Marazion Prize for Dedication in Stonemasonry Studies along the way. The Traditional Building Skills Bursary Scheme makes bursaries of up to £15,000 available to help craftsmen advance their skills.

 

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