Archeologist, Sarah Bates, discovers old Clippesby residents from mediaeval times.
We hadn't expected to find any graves here under a pathway from the North door, which seemed like an ideal place to construct a soakaway.
The bones were reburied nearby, Sandy said the words of the service that was recently used for the reburial of the remains of King Richard third.
Below: Architect, Iain Walker of Nicholas Warns Architect Ltd. with surveyor, Mike Harris of Philip Pank & Partners and builder, Jeff Atthoe after a site meeting in Clippesby Church.
Right: Architects Nicholas Warns & Iain Walker in the Tower Room at Clippesby Church looking forward to carrying out a plan for repairs and restoration
Left: Nicholas & Iain with some of the team outside Clippesby Church on the Opening Up Day to find out what needs to be done.
Above: Hugh Richmond, Historic Buildings Consultant in the porch at Clippesby Church.
Above: Dr. Andrea Kirkham, Cosultant for Wall Paintings in the Chancel of Clippesby Church.
Architect Iain Walker and builder Jeff Atthoe on the Tower scaffolding at Clippesby Church discussing and photographing the roof work in progress.
Nicholas Warns Architects Ltd. assisted us in our application to the Heritage Lottery Fund and were responsible for overseeing the Repair Project for our church.
Iain's Talk during our Day of Celebration and Thanksgiving marking the completion of the Repair Project. It was fascinating to listen to the story as so much of the work is not able to be seen. a large part of it being below ground to improve the drainage as well as repairs to the roof and parapets.
featuring lovely new photos from Iain Walker and news from Garfield Weston, one of our financial benefactors