Due to the circumstances work on site has stopped.
the hole to void
12 March 2020
Blessing has been done and we are closing the hole to void which was open for about two years.
The Clerks' new home
1 March 2020
The top floor will include the Clerks’ new home, and extra space is available for hot desking and a learning centre.
TEACHING ALL THINGS TRANSPORT
1 February 2020
It’s not long before this room will be educating the young
and not so young in all things transport.
mains services connections
5 September 2019
New mains services connections are being installed in the courtyard - further discoveries had been made. Holes are carefully being drilled through the existing structures.
Major roof works finished
9 August 2019
The major roof works have now been completed, and scaffolding removed, so the building is now completely weatherproof, and this essential stage of the repair and restoration of the Old School is now concluded.
WALLS INSIDE AND OUT
11 June 2019
That looks brighter, the external walls to Hen and Chicken Court have been cleaned, prepared, and now redecorated.
As we excavate the churchyard, remains of old burial vaults from the previous church appeared. Delays whilst the archaeologists record the finds and then careful backfilling to preserve them for future generations.
The new prefabricated lift
18 April 2019
The new prefabricated lift shaft is being installed as self-supporting steel structure brought in from Spain.
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