As with all great buildings the overiding priority is to keep the water out. St Pauls in Shipley had seen its fair share of bad weather and as a result the roof required a lot of attention. With the help of Heritage Lottery funding Lloyd and Smith coordinated re roofing to South side of the building , whilst beefing up the drainage capacity from the high level gutters to the new drains in the ground.


Re roofing the South side of the church
New rainwater goods and outlets
Re plastering to interior South aisle

“The completed contract is a good example of careful conservation work and I know the church members are very pleased indeed with the result. Well done.”

REBECCA J GRIMSHAW, B.A. (Hons), B.Arch (Manc), RIBA, AABC – Conservation Architect

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 […]