There was a lot more stone to move than initially anticipated. The obvious place for it would be to stack it back up on the wall, but would have to be done by hand.
Lee (with his digger) had agreed to try and remove the tree stumps in the new year, level the plot and clear the remaining vegetation.
I just needed to move the stones
Four hours later and it looks a lot better. Shoulders still ache now!
Not the best dry stone walling, but that's the least of my problems.
At least Lee can get his digger on, and then start preparing the ground for some planting.
Will see what starts to sprout in the spring and clear as much as possible before it becomes established and then probably plant some green manure on the bottom of the site and concentrate on the top half.