The recent project at St Clements Church Ordsall was to replace the second phase of eight terracotta windows. Each and every piece of terracotta was made by hand, glazed and fired by our good friends at Darwen Terracotta. Due to the natural product and the variations created when firing, each window gave some head scratching moments when re-building. Our highly skilled Stone Masons overcame as usual and produced the fabulous results you see before you. The second part of the scheme was to refit one of the Vestries of the Church for use by Community groups. Churches are slowly changing to become community hubs as well as places of worship and we are only too happy to help them along that path.

Orsall Salford

Re-building high quality Terracotta tracery

“Lloyd and Smith’s pure craftmanship restored this precious and fragile monument.  It forms a focus for remembrance services, and will do for a long time into the future.”

Jubb and Jubb – Chartered Surveyors, Historic Environment Advisors

Another happy customer at St Alkmund’s Church

To say that this has been a challenging year would be an understatement. Half way through our work at St Alkmund’s Church Whitchurch, the coronavirus struck and we had to lock down the same as most businesses. Leaving the Church fully scaffolded and no work taking place during this period is not what we would […]


Skilled Banker and Fixer Masons required

Due to our ever increasing order book of Ecclesiastical masonry work, we are in the market for a skilled Banker and Fixer Mason’s looking for varied and interesting projects.Our work shop is based in Oldham Manchester and our contracts cover all areas of Lancashire and South West Yorkshire.For the right person we can offer very […]