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Repairs to the Unicorns’ horns at the top of Liverpool’s majestic GdI listed town hall.
Glass balustrading installed at the ancient and beautiful Hexham Abbey in Northumberland.
Balustrades and handrails have been installed at the ancient and beautiful Hexham Abbey in Northumberland.
Survey of steel windows in this GdII listed café designed by Clough William Ellis, creator of the famous Welsh village of Portmeirion.
The weathervane’s refurbishment at GdII Ingleborough Hall in North Yorkshire included making a replica wooden bottle in turned oak.
Refurbishment of entrance lanterns at Liverpool’s GdI listed Town Hall.
Old steel repairs to the monument’s iron door had become seriously corroded. Previous unsympathetic repairs to the cast iron grilles had also caused problems.
A new portico has been added to this listed building as part of an HLF Parks for People scheme.
The original stair handrail at the stables was straightened. Paint was removed by using a needle gun and the whole handrail was repainted.