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Stone boost


Bricklaying students at South Kent College in Ashford are set to revitalise the use of the type of stone used in the Tower of London and other historical buildings across the southeast of England thanks to a donation by local quarrier Gallagher Aggregates. It has donated 100/300 mm grade of Kentish Ragstone to the college to help students learn how to work with the material.