When approached by the Diocese member of Kenwyn church to undertake repairs we was delighted as we have a keen interest in Restoration work.
This fascinating 15th Century houses a peal of eight huge bells all in superb working order suspended 50 foot up the Tower.
Also an impressive tiny solid granite spiral stair reaching from the bottom to the top.
The church received a full restoration between 1820 – 1862, We have been instructed by Diocese to erect scaffolding 80ft up the clock face and suspend around one pinnacle in need of urgent repair.
The clock face has also been removed and fully restored and painted.
We undertake our work very sympathetically and our highly skilled craftsmen take great care in their work.
The pinnacle has been dismantled and rebuilt with steel dowels being resin anchored into pinnacle stones and relayed in a bed of St Astiers Lime mixed with C.L.S 30 and a Prompt.
All internal walls have been manually raked out and re-pointed with St Astiers 3.5 Lime Mixed with a C.L.S 30 grit sand.
All work under the supervision of Roger Shaw Architects.