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15 January 2008 | Stone Heritage
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has earmarked £3.2million for the restoration of Bristol\'s oldest building, the Grade I listed but dilapidated French limestone St James Priory.The church,...
Even on a grey autumn day the new Church Path is a lot friendlier than the forbidding narrow lane that used to provide access alongside the church
5 January 2008 | Stone Heritage
When it was built, the gleaming Portland limestone of the Church of St Martin-in-the-Fields led to it being called ‘the white church’. It is an epithet that is once again applicable,...
5 January 2008 | Stone Heritage
For nearly three years stone and conservation specialists Stonewest have been working on the renovation of the Church of St Martin-in-the-Fields off Trafalgar Square in London (see "return of...
 
10 December 2007 | Stone Heritage
One of the most attractive books published this year was Remembered, which contains the photographs of memorials and cemeteries included in an exhibition by award-winning photographer Brian Harris...
15 November 2007 | Stone Heritage
Although there is still scaffolding round the outside of St Martin-in-the-Fields, one of London\'s landmark churches on the north-east edge of Trafalgar Square, it has re-opened, marking the...
15 April 2002 | Stone Heritage
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) is running practical, hands-on lime days around the country in June.SPAB say their free advice line last year received 3,000 calls, a large...

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