Restoration Project

Restoration work has been on going at St Andrew’s Church since 1999 and has been undertaken in six phases. A selection of images are available below in order that members of the wider community may gain an appreciation of the work undertaken.

  • Restoration Phase 1

    This work included the renewal of the tower roof and string course during 1999/2000.

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  • Restoration Phase 2

    This included major works on the nave, chancel and south aisle roofs. The contract also covered the removal of the internal and external rendering from the north and south aisle walls, masonry works, structural strengthening and other minor works.

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  • Restoration Phase 3

    This phase concentrated on the south aisle, upgrading of the surface water system, the south porch roof and lighting and other minor works on the tower.

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  • Restoration Phase 4

    Phase four work was undertaken during 2009 by Historic Property Limited and involved roofing work, some redecoration, landscaping and drainage

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  • Restoration Phase 5

    Most of the exterior work to the church was complete by the end of 2009 and it was time to concentrate on the interior

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  • Restoration Phase 6

    Having made a very significant grant to the phase 5 works the Heritage Lottery Fund made a further grant towards work on the bells and organ which was undertaken during 2015.

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