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.
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.
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.
|119-122 Upper Spon Street
Repair and adaptation of a range of Grade II* listed mediaeval timber framed buildings to provide workshops, residential accommodation, offices and an interpretation centre.
Studley 900 Project
New build south porch to this grade II* church providing a new entrance lobby and toilet facilities in a sensitive location.
This grade II* property dates from the early 14th century as a grange/infirmary to Evesham Abbey. The works aimed to replace previously lost outbuildings.
Home Farm Barn (pool room)
Conversion of a series of Cotswold stone barns to provide accommodation and a pool room.
Extensive repair and adaptation of several grade II listed Cotswold stone cottages at through the village of Whittington near Cheltenham, including internal re-planning and extensions.