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Conservation and repair

There are currently ten fully-described projects in this section and more are constsantly being added.  At present, you can find full descriptions and photographs of the following:

Click here to visit Woodchester MansionWoodchester Mansion

Situated in a secluded valley near Stroud in Gloucestershire, Woodchester Mansion is a unique example of 19th Century Gothic architecture.

Click here to visit The Fleece InnThe Fleece Inn

The Fleece Inn is a quintessential English country Inn located in the village of Bretforton, to the east of Evesham.  The Inn suffered a major fire in 2004, which destroyed the roof, first floor and the southern end of the building.

Click here to visit The Cider HouseThe Cider House

The project involved full repair of the existing timber framed structure and sensitive adaptation of the interior while retaining the character and feel of the original building.

Click here to visit Hall HouseHall House

This Grade II, 15th Century timber framed house has undergone many changes.  By the 1980s the building was under a demolition order but was bought by new owners who wished to returned it to being to a single dwelling.

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Park Seat - Croome Park

Repair and conservation of an eyecatcher to Croome Court, part of the Capability Brown landscape park owned by the National Trust.

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Panorama - Croome Park

Repair and conservation of a grade II listed outer eyecatcher of Croome Courtpanorama. Found within the Capability Brown designed landscape park owned by the National Trust.

click here to visitIce House - Croome Park

Repair and conservation of the ice house at Croome Park, found within the curtilage of Croome Court in land owned by the National Trust.

Click here to visit St. Mary'sSt Mary's Berkeley

This remarkable mediæval church has extensive wall decorations.  An extensive programme of conservation and repair, being grant aided by English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund, is now underway

Click here to visit Dore AbbeyDore Abbey

Dore Abbey is one of the architectural gems of the Welsh marshes. Beautifully set in Herefordshire’s golden valley, the church is an evocative monument to 850 years of history.

click here to visit Umberslade Baptist Chapel

Umberslade Baptist Chapel

Listed Grade II* the building has suffered from a lack of appropriate maintenance. In 2007/08 works were undertaken to repair sections of masonry, re-roofing and glazing repairs.

click here to visit Croome StepsNorth Entrance Steps Repairs - Croome Court

Repair and conservation of the North Entrance Steps to Grade I listed Croome Court in Worcestershire.

Click here to visit Hopton CastleHopton Castle

Conservation and repair of this C14th stone tower in Hopton Castle, Shropshire. The tower is a scheduled ancient monument that has been unnoccupied for more than 400 years. Work is aided by Heritage Lottery Fund and English Heritage grants.

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