Volunteers Celebrate Newly Restored Windows and Brickwork

Volunteers on the “Tuesday gang” have just completed a winter working outdoors.

Thanks to their hard work and dedication, seven windows and the surrounding brickwork which were previously in awful condition have been returned to good order. Surprisingly the woodwork on the windows, made in 1879 from pitch pine, has been almost entirely restored and needed very little new wood.

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