A building with the beauty and heritage of St Peter's needs constant care and attention in order to maintain it for future generations to enjoy. Through our maintenance and management plan and quinquennial inspections we are able to ensure that we carry out regular checks and activities to keep our building in good condition and alerting us to potential areas that may cause us concern in the future.

The West Window Project commenced in February 2017 and is the third phase of restoration and conservation work at St. Peter's.  The main focus will be the restoration of the great West Window and to do this every pane of glass will be carefully removed, cleaned and checked.  Much of the intricate work will take place offsite at the specialised glaziers workshop. Any damaged or broken panes will be replaced with glass similar to original and all lead will be replaced. At the same time much needed high-level stone and brickwork repairs will be taking place.

The total cost of this phase is £265,000 and we are grateful for grants from The Heritage Lottery Fund (HFL), Allchurches Trust and Garfield Weston as well as individual donations enabling this much needed work to happen.

The work is due for completion by August 2017.

For more information on the three phases of restoration:

Phase 1 April - September 2012
Phase 2 June - December 2014
Phase 3 February - August 2017 (approx)

This will complete the stonework repairs for the building and should remove St Peter's from the Historic England ‘at risk’  list. 

There will be future Fabric projects and you can help by  supporting any fundraising events or making a donation.  Cheques should be made payable to St Peter's PCC and marked 'Fabric Fund' on the back. Thank you.

If you are connected with a charitable organisation, business or individual who might be interested in hearing about the projects please contact the Parish Office.





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