Areas of expertise:

· Gates and railings · Bronzes, Memorials and Sculptures · Ships, Trains and Planes · Bridges and Piers · Bandstands, Fountains and Buildings · Ceramics and Tiles

All Saint’s Church, Lytch Gate

The brass plaques were carefully cleaned  before the frames were repaired, adapted to receive safety glass with an gap between the plaques and the glass and repainted. The new names were carefully designed in a font to match...

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Muslim Burial Ground, Horsell Common.

In 1984 it was awarded Grade II listing due to its unique historical and cultural interest.  English Heritage and Woking Borough Council agreed to award grants to conserve this. After repairs to the brickwork and Portland Stone...

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The Swiss Garden, Bedfordshire

As the listings suggest it was vital to choose a suitable method of cleaning the metalwork to enable a protective coating of modern two-pack epoxy and polyurethane paint to be used ensuring a high degree of protection thereby...

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Memorial Plaques – Private Client

As part of an extensive educational project these plaques had every name researched and documented.  Not only were the pupils able to see the names of long lost forces but were able to have them ‘brought to life’ by...

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Kew Gardens – Temperate House.

This three year project involves careful recording and dismantling of every component of this unique building.    Cleaning trials will be undertaken to ascertain the most effective method of removing the very many years of...

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Hoylake and West Kirby War Memorial

Set on an, at times, bleak and windswept headland the  Hoylake and West Kirby War memorial is a massive granite obelisk with two, three metre figures on either side of the memorial. An imposing soldier standing almost on a...

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