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Restoration

Even though St. Paul's isn't even 100 years old yet, it has undergone two restoration programs in its history and is currently in the middle of a third.

The first restoration was completed in 1955 and the second restoration in 1972. This involved rewiring the church, repainting the interior and introducing pews.

The current and most comprehensive restoration is being carried out in conjunction with English Heritage who have so far given in excess of half a million pounds to the project. The aim of the current programme is to fix the long standing problem of damp that has blighted the church over many years.

The programme has been split into 4 phases which began in 1998
with an initial grant of 68,000 from English Heritage.
 
               
 
               Phase 1      Phase 2      Phase 3      Phase 4