Almost a year after it was programmed, and following the hugely extended archaeological excavation of the Heritage Learning Centre’s site, we are greeted on site by the hugely welcome sight of the basement -2 tanking membrane, signalling the start of the HLC construction, and the end of digging.
Inside the full impact of the new decorative scheme to the roofs is revealed, with the warm tone of the repaired walls and repainted tracery setting-off the cathedral’s wonderful nineteenth and twentieth century stained glass in the morning light. With the nave and aisles clear of scaffolding, one can just see the slight incline in the floor that allows un-stepped access to the entire floorplan of the cathedral.
Almost a year after it was programmed, and following the ...Read more
Having walked from the station as usual, we are cheered ...Read more
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By March the bulk of the redecoration work to the ...Read more
By December the scaffold has been removed from the south ...Read more
During the long period of gaining consents for the reordering, ...Read more
With the paint investigation complete, and with the knowledge that ...Read more
Now that the Old Song School is demolished, the archaeological ...Read more