We recently had a dry stone wall in the cemetery repaired. The pictures show the wall being repaired.
Dry stone walls are somewhat unusual in this part of the country. They are common in Eastern Canada and in Europe. In BC, most walls are mortared but a well-built dry stone wall will withstand the weather over the years better than a mortared wall.
Christopher Barclay, who specializes dry stone walls, repaired this wall and would be happy to work on other walls for us as our funds permit.
If you would like to make a donation towards the cost of repairing the dry stone wall (costing around $2000), St. Luke's would be most grateful.
Please visit the Make a Donation to St. Luke's Cemetery link to find out how to make a tax receiptable donation.