Church restoration projects, refurbishments and extensions

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We have worked on a number of church restoration projects, including refurbishments and extensions. We understand the need to be sensitive to the needs of all concerned and how important this work is to everyone who is involved.

At St John the Baptist Church, Cookham Dean, we dismantled the existing church hall and built a new substantial church hall extension. The result is far greater space, as well as adaptability for a myriad of uses. We put together a team of highly specialised craftsman for this project. www.cookhamdeanchurch.org.uk

Finchhampstead Church dates back to 1134. In the words of Reverend Dr Richard Warden: “this project required not just simple repairs, but radical restoration of the structure.” Farr & Roberts invested the time required to understand the needs of everyone involved. The work included roofs, flooring, walls and electrical systems. The Church was dedicated by the Bishop of Oxford. www.achurchnearyou.com/finchampstead-st-james
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At Trinity Church High Wycombe, we removed and replaced the old pews and floor, as well as the electrical and heating systems and trusses. The result was a complete internal refurbishment. www.trinity-urc.org.uk

A broad range of community activities take place in The Maidenhead United Reformed Church, which is a busy, town centre Church. The Church, which dates back to 1662, required new insulation to the roof, a refurbishment of the toilets and specialist reroofing with a high quality lead replacement. www.maidenheadurc.org.uk