If you’re interested in the support available to help church in rural areas, we also recommending visiting the Arthur Rank Centre.
Guidance on the National Association of Local Councils and their policy on spending on churches
Many church metalwork and ironworks are of historic and artistic interest such as those made by the local blacksmith or in a regional or national craft workshop.
The best and most ancient church monumental brasses are very important antiquities.
Roodscreens are fragile and vulnerable to damage. Good building and drainage maintenance is essential to minimise the risk to screens. We can help you take simple steps to make sure your screen survives for as long as possible.
The floor of a church building plays an important role in providing the background to its character. Keeping it clean and well maintained will ensure that it is safe to use for a long time. Sometimes however large repairs are needed.
One of the most important challenges facing churches today is providing sufficient comfort for the many different users of the building, from worshippers to staff to visitors.
You may want to install glass doors, glazed screens or lobbies to create a draught-proof entrance and allow people to have a clear view into the interior. We can help you understand the benefits and the drawbacks.
Historic seating can be significant in its own right as well as a major element of the significance of the church as a whole. Changing or replacing it can have a big impact on the interior of your church. We can help you understand your seating and the options for making changes.
Our church turret clocks are often a sign of a welcoming church. We can help you keep a well-made clock working for years.