The restoration of this Saxon church in Wiltshire has provided an opportunity to uncover much about the history of this little-understood, tiny church. The Church & Heritage Building magazine featured a very informative case-study in their October 2017 edition. Our work included the complete re-roofing of the stone slates, using a small proportion of new slates form the Goldhill Quarry near Cirencester; renewal of previously removed lath and plaster internal ceiling finishes using very traditional methods.

Externally, work includedrepointing of the stone and brick walling by careful removal of modern cement mortar and renewal using ‘hot lime’ mixes; conservation repairs of small areas of external renders; conservation of the internal fragile Georgian panelling; complete internal and external redecoration including the introduction of modern lighting.

All work was carried out under the careful guidance of architects, Donald Insall Associates.

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