Decorating Plan

It won’t be possible to do the decorating until high level work, for example on the clerestory Tudor windows, is done and the damp sorted out. A windows project is in hand and substantial funding raised

After that the decorating and plaster repairs can be done in phases as the funds are raised. So the church has started a decoration fund to raise money over several years, which is being administered by The Friends.

Other restoration work on the church can be supported by grants but pure decorating cannot. And there is no VAT recovery.

As at August 2020 the Decorating fund was £21,160

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2020 Quinquennial Review & Decorating Fund

We need to raise about £354,000 based on the architect's estimates.

For the repair and conservation of the Victorian glass and Tudor stonework nave clerestory windows the cost shown is as tendered and costed

Estimates are net of recoverable VAT and include professional fees

Clerestory windows
and masonry project 92,531

Tower roof repairs 30,000

Plaster repair and redecorate
whole church 108,600

South transept roof 23,000

Nave and transept gutters 7,475

Walls maintenance - external 10,545

Wall repairs - internal 22,425

Chancel Damp work 8,625

Belfry 20,010

Gutters and drainage 4,450

Tower rainwater goods 3,392

Other windows 14,834

Monuments and tombs 3,105

South porch 1,380

Other items - approx 3,658

Grand Total £354,000

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Window ledge comp
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