St Hywyn’s, Aberdaron like many of the churches on the Llyn Peninsula at the tip of North Wales, was established by Sixth Century Saints. In the Middle Ages, three trips to Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli), were the equivalent to one trip to Rome. Thousands of pilgrims made the pilgrimage, stopping in many
Finlason Partnership’s is delighted to have our recent work at St Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church, Liverpool be published in the July / August edition of Church Building & Heritage Review. The Church of St Vincent De Paul is an early Victorian Church and stands on a corner of St
FPL recently attended the RSA Heritage Question Time event at The Sharp Project in Manchester, which resides within the parish council of All Saints Newton Heath, one of our churches we are currently restoring, with the current phase replacing the roof (https://finlasonpartnership.co.uk/all-saints-church-newton-heath-urgent-roof-repairs/). We had the privilege of attending this event with
Urgent roof repair works to the Grade II Listed All Saints Church, Newton Heath, Manchester have commenced! After many months of design by FPL and extensive consultation with Historic England and the Diocese of Manchester, the overall stability and the replacement of the failed slate roof covering are being rectified. Following many
The unique patented slate roof at the Grade I listed St George’s Church, Everton has suffered from water ingress and damage to the unique cast iron structure, requiring urgent work to be undertaken. The past repair work only highlighted the need for a modern design to reinstate the original principles of
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