The oldest cathedral in England to embrace this techonology

Gloucester Cathedral

As part of our ongoing work at the cathedral, we are proud to be part of this great endeavour to help reduce the cathedral’s annual energy costs by 25% by adorning it with 200 solar panels. The panels are part of an ambitious ten-year programme being undertaken by Project Pilgrim to help the building fulfil its role as a place of dynamic spiritual, civic and heritage activity at the centre of Gloucester. Located on the south side of the nave roof , the panels remain hidden from view. The energy will then be fed underneath the Lady Chapel to provide newley installed unfloor heating. 

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Lacock Abbey Courtyard Tea-Room

The new courtyard tearooms welcome visitors into the heart of the Abbey. 

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Belton House - Stables

We have recently been appointed by the National Trust to assist with repair and alteration works to the Grade I listed Stables building at Belton House.This will convert unused areas of the building to accommodate an extended cafĂ© facility and an education room. 

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