Apprentice trained at Bath & Portland stone firms on Portland, Dorset in 1980.
Upon completion of my apprenticeship I left the UK for work in Australia, where I lived & worked for
2 years before returning in 1990 to work at York Minster where in 2000 I was promoted to the head mason
in charge of all restoration projects within my time in this role.
I moved on from this position in 2006 to further advance my career in stonemasonry
Apprentice trained at York Minster, 1993.
There I was taught classic methods of working stone, including traditional restoration methods, Working
on many fantastic projects including; north/west & south/west towers, the award winning great west
doorway, chapter house buttresses, mason loft & crypt floor.
Relocating in 2006 to further my career on other prestigious buildings & to pursue a greater
interest in restoration/conservation and project management.
We have both worked on a vast range of prestigious buildings, indluding but not limited to;
York Minster, Lincoln Cathedral, Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, Howden Minster, Doncaster Minster, Selby Abbey, Christ church Doncaster, Wakefield Cathedral, Saint peters in Huddersfield, Marsh court in Hampshire, Boynton Hall, Castle Howard stray walls, Holy Trinity in Hull, Northern Cemetary in Hull, Hull Crematorium.
With our wealth of experience you can rest assured that when you approach us at Bradley & Trotter Restoration, our knowledge within the stone and restoration industries will ensure you can have the upmost confidence in us.