St Peter’s Church, Pitton, Wiltshire

St Peter’s, a 13th century church mainly built of flint stone walls with Chilmark ashlar and Greensand bonding stones.  The quinquennial inspection report highlighted repairs needed to external open joints, cracks to various external sills and stonework, and internal repointing to walls and window surrounds.  Other works included fixing and replacing of clay tiles on the tower, vestry and nave roof, and the restoration of window grills and oak door ironmongery using traditional methods and treatments.

Stonework repairs and repointing carried out using lime mortar and dressings of lime and stone mix shelter coat.  We were sought to carry out the work directly by the church PCC.