Priory Park statue dated to 1776 to be restored by us

We have been commissioned to repair a much-loved statue that has been in Chichester’s Priory Park since 1873.  Our team has removed The Druid statue from Priory Park and transported it to the Berkshire workshop. The statue, which is made from Coade stone, is now...

Clean and repair of the decorative arch over York Street in Bath

Our Bath Workshop is carrying out work for The Archway Project which will see a Roman Baths Clore Learning Centre and a new World Heritage Centre open in the former Bath City Laundry buildings in 2020. The project will also open up new areas of the Roman Baths to...

Playing a part in the story of a restored First World War memorial

We are delighted to announce that the marble war memorial which was discovered in a back garden in Bristol has been cleaned and carefully fitted in place for a big unveil by the Lord Mayor of Bristol on Wednesday 7th November 2018 – 11am at St John’s Church Bristol....

Conservation of King’s Lynn Town Hall

We have completed our repairs to the historic façade of King’s Lynn Town Hall, Norfolk – a building that dates back to 1421. Our Norfolk Workshop has been working with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to address the issues raised within a condition...

A glowing future for National Trust Croome Chimneypieces

Our Bath Workshop has been appointed by National Trust Croome to clean and repair two Robert Adam chimneypieces in the saloon of Croome Court. This work has been carried out as part of the ongoing upkeep of the property which welcomes visitors to see ‘conservation in...

Creating a historic plaque for Reading Abbey opening

A PLAQUE marking the burial of King Henry I, youngest son of William the Conqueror, in the Abbey Ruins, has been recreated by Cliveden Conservation for the site’s opening on 16th June. The plaque celebrates the important fact that the abbey, founded by Henry in 1121,...