The installation of our new kitchen – with hob, oven, fridge and rapid water heater – is nearing completion. And the improvement on its old, cramped and gloomy predecessor cannot be overstated.
Meanwhile a row of much-needed storage cupboards has been built on the south west wall.
When four pews were removed to maximise space at the back of church, it was suggested that the seat-backs could be recycled to create the cupboard doors.
And here they are, their limed-oak panels harmonising effortlessly with the surroundings. Lewis, an apprentice at Roebuck and Holmes, fitted this handsome piece of joinery.
To have come so far in the face of a pandemic is remarkable, but it could not have been done without the sterling efforts of our congregation and the generosity of all those who contributed to our appeal.
Our aim has been to make this lovely place more accessible to the whole community and we look forward to welcoming you to a variety of events as restrictions are relaxed and some degree of normality returns.