Church Boundary Wall Receives Structural Repairs
USL were pleased to be awarded the contract to carry out vital restoration and repairs works to the boundary walls at the Church of Holy Trinity in Bungay, Suffolk. The Church has a rich history dating back to Saxon times with C15 octagonal embattled top. This unique church consists of a nave, south aisle and south porch, with fine round tower. The latter is reputed to be Saxon in origin with C15 octagonal embattled top. The boundary walls are probably C18 or early C19, with a mixture of materials including buff brick with stone cope, flint and red brick, square yellow brick, flint with moulded terra cotta cope, part rendered.
The boundary walls which are Grade II Listed were in need of vital restoration works including the sensitive removal and rebuilding of defected areas, foundation and structural repairs, in situ masonry repairs and rubble wall conservation.
The Works Comprised of: