St. Peter’s Church

Overview

St. Peter’s Church, a red-brick building with Bath stone dressings in early gothic style, was designed by C. L. Luck and opened in 1874. A short sanctuary, aisled and clerestoried nave, octagonal turrets and a large central bell-cot were added in 1879-80.

Rosewood’s restoration work on St. Peter’s Church included a Thermatech clean, extensive brick replacement, the removal of all failing stone and replacement in Bath stone to match the original detail. Draughtsmen detailed each stone individually to enable Rosewood’s Banker masons to carve off-site.

Facts

Category:Conservation, Ecclesiastical
Value:£175,000.00
Project Duration:16 weeks
Key deliverables:- Replacement of all stone Hoods, String Courses, Buttress, Sills and copings
- Dismantle and re-build North East Tower due to structural failure
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