Category Archives: Refurbishment
Work on the new side entrance from the car park has started. There is now a hatch to the roof. The steps to the basement are complete. The walls of the (former) lower classroom have been plastered. The foundation stone … Continue reading
The new flat roof over the entrance hall is under construction. Walls for all four toilets are complete. The two upstairs are of timber studwork and the two below, including the disabled toilet are of blockwork on a gentle curve. … Continue reading
Even beneath the scaffolding, the stonework on the outside of the building is looking much cleaner. The stonework from the old entrance to the hall is now in place on the new entrance.
The disabled toilet is taking shape. This is immediately on the left after entering the building from the St Peter’s Street entrance. More work is being done behind the scenes upstairs, much of which is inaccessible. The new side entrance … Continue reading
Construction of the new entrance into the church from the Castle Street side and the upstairs floor has started.
We are now six weeks into the six month contract. Progress has been excellent and helped by good weather. The raised floor to the lower classroom is in place. The walls for the new kitchen and vestry are now complete. … Continue reading
A doorway has been built between the old vestry and the hall. The walls dividing the vestry, the vestry toilet and the hall toilet have been demolished. Upstairs, the north-east facing external wall has been demolished in preparation for the … Continue reading
Shortly after Easter, the old boiler was dismantled and a replacement installed. The partition around the kitchen has been removed, along with the folding screen, built-in cupboards and wooden porch in the hall. Some of the new rooms are already … Continue reading