Projects for Churches and Village Halls
St Pauls Church, Flash: Refurbishment of the Front Door
‘The renewing of the timbers in the church door, along with stripping off the old paint and putting the door back to its stained wood condition has changed the look of St Paul’s enormously. A lot of people have admired the work and also given very positive comments.’
Margaret Clulow, Church Warden
Wincle Parochial Church Council: Wincle Village Signs
‘These signs which are very attractive have drawn attention to this beautiful village of Wincle. The signs give the community a sense of pride about the wonderful area in which we live’
Ian Burns Treasurer, Wincle Parochial Church Council
Christ Church Burbage Repair of the Lychgate
‘The repair and Restoration of the lychgate has preserved the lychgate for future generations’
Ann Wood, Christ Church Parochial Church Council Member
Old School Rooms: Wildboarclough
A project to enlarge the existing car park. The group also produced a guided walking map for the local area.
‘Residents and villagers are loving the new walking map, one villager remarked she did one of the walks and saw parts of the village she had never seen before, despite having lived here for 50 years. Village life is more upbeat with new volunteers coming forward to help with our annual Rose Queen Fete’
Marshall Waller, Chair of Macclesfield Forrest and Wildboarclough Trust.
St Lukes: Onecote
Replacing the church roof.
‘The building is now waterproof so enables the building to be there for future generations’
Hazel Critchlow, Church warden.
Waterfall Parochial Hall
Refurbishment of the main hall using traditional methods.
‘The Trustees and Committee of the hall are absolutely delighted with the refurbishment. The whole community will benefit from the vastly improved environment and we are sure there will be many more bookings for the Hall.’
Linda Morley, Secretary Waterfall Parochial Hall.
St Pauls: Newtown
Various repairs including replacement of the front door and repairs to the boundary walls.
‘The replacement church door and rebuilt stone walls have enhanced the beauty and heritage of the Grade 2 listed building.’ Beverley Stone, Church Representative St Paul’s Church Newtown.