Newland Tower Renovations

A project to repair the tower at All Saints Newland was completed in June 2017. The work  started in October 16 and finished in June 17, involved lots of raking out and re-pointing in lime mortar, the occasional replacement of badly eroded stone and the removal or vegetation that had grown into the mortar joints at high level.

The project cost in the region of £123,000 +VAT and was funded by a grant of £111,600 from The Heritage Lottery Fund and a number of smaller grants from
The Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust – £3,000
All Churches Trust – £2,300
Warnford Ecclesiastical Trust
The Langtree Trust – £750 – and a private donation. VAT will be claimed back under the Listed Places of Worship Scheme.

Below is a time-lapse video that will give you an idea of the work that was done on the tower. The galleries of pictures document the renovations. Please click on an image to see a larger version.

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

Recent Posts

Pet Service on 1st September at All Saints Church, Staunton

Following on from the success of the Pets and Praise service at St Peter’s Church, Clearwell in June we are repeating the experience with a 4pm Service on the 1st September @ All Saints Church in Staunton.

  1. United Parish Service Sunday 21st July St Peter’s Church, Clearwell Leave a reply
  2. Easter Sunday Services in the Mid-Wyedean Parish 2019 Leave a reply
  3. Mustard Tree@ St John’s Academy Leave a reply
  4. Easter Services in the Mid-Wyedean Parish 2019 Leave a reply
  5. Harvest weekend at The Good Shepherd Leave a reply
  6. Mustard Tree Summer Fun Lunches Leave a reply
  7. Coleford Music Festival Leave a reply
  8. All Saints Staunton, Inaugural Friends Meeting Leave a reply
  9. Mustard Tree Events Leave a reply