Refurbishment to guttering and down pipes. Cleaning and clearing blocked drains. Replacing roof slates as necessary. Window repairs. Repair to area of wooden floor in the chancel.
Major roof repairs largely funded by the NLFH. Additional urgent work has been identified causing an unexpected shortfall. The application is for assistance with funds towards the extra work.
Remove internal plaster on south wall of chancel affected by damp. External hard render to be removed and replaced with lime render. The interior plaster will be replaced with lime plaster and lime wash once the walls have dried out. Buttress repairs.
To re-lead and repair the westernmost south chancel window, a William Wailes window dated 1870 that is one of 12 remaining windows in the church commissioned by the Tatham family between 1866 and 1883.
Re-thatching the north side of the nave and tidying of the ridge. Small repairs on south side where necessary. Once the thatch is removed, some of the roof timbers may need to be made good.
In 2019, a grant of £2,000 was awarded for repairs to the vestry, south transept, buttress and roof. This was part of a large project for the church, which is the care of Norwich Historic Churches Trust, and several funders were involved.