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Dave was also a Master Mason (AF&AM) for over 50 years.
The walls of the enclosed prayer hall are completely white with nurah, a uniquely Hadhrami limestone plaster that is almost as reflective as a mirror when applied by a master mason, and entirely impervious to water.
The charitable arm of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons gave the money to the Hollybank Trust.
Before the netting was installed, the stonework was inspected by York Minster's Master Mason, John David and its Conservator Mason, Lee Godfrey.
MASTER mason Sean Adcock, Penisarwaun, achieved a notable double last weekend when winning the professional sections at both the Yorkshire Open and Mid Lancashire dry stone walling competitions.
It has variously been seen as a model-book for use by artists and masons, as evidence for Villard's status as a master mason and prolific designer of architectural monuments, and as proof that he did not actually understand architecture very well at all.
Master mason Albert Glew and his team used compressed air chisels to carve shapes to fit the 13th Century patterns.
THE JEWEL ON THE LINE: Once upon a time Thornaby had a beautiful Victorian railway station with unique ironwork and more than 100 individual stone carvings created by master masons.