Greg is part of the world’s only father and son master wheelwright partnership. He served in the army and qualified as a vehicle mechanic and blacksmith before leaving at 21 to set up his own forge supporting the family business. He is now the Royal Warrant Grantee as a Wheelwright and Coachbuilder and his company has a very full workload, making over 200 wheels a year and restoring and making all kinds of vehicles and cannons. Greg is currently conducting wheelwright training through the Livery Companies Apprenticeship Scheme and is supporting a student through a Bench Joinery Apprenticeship with Exeter College. He also runs experience days for interested tourists to pass on his wide array of knowledge to the wider public. He is deeply passionate about wheelwrighting and keeping the age-old tradition alive and has contributed to many books and television programmes to ensure that his trade is always portrayed in the right way. Greg is passionate about making this ancient craft relevant and has produced over 100 Cadet Field Gun sets which can be used by young people in demonstrations, thus keeping the craft in the public eye as much as possible.