Our team at HPA are thrilled to have been involved with the careful stone repairs and rendering of the Chancel at St Oswald’s Church in Warton.
The church is over 600 years old, so it took the expertise of our heritage architects to ensure that the repairs did not impact the charm and authenticity of the building. The chancel has been rendered to be a different colour to the rest of the church using traditional Lime Harling at St Oswald’s Church, Warton. This followed on from reconstruction and consolidation of the gable wall which had become unstable.
Our heritage architects have a range of experience in restoring and repairing historic churches.
“It was a pleasure to work with both HPA architects and UK Restoration on the chancel repair project at St Oswald’s Church. As custodians of the Grade II building, the Parochial Church Council was mindful of its responsibility to ensure a high standard of work was carried out to help ensure the future of this important feature within the local community. We were impressed throughout the project with the high standard of craftsmanship by the UK Restoration team as they worked on the stone, lead and lime rendering. We look forward to involvement with UK Restoration on further repair work on the church building.” – Reverend Robin Figg.