wcsTemp103
lineswel

The following pictures document some of the major restoration work carried out by Darrock and Brown Ltd. in 2009.

m1
m3
m2
v1
m4
m5
man2
m9
m6
m8
man4
m7
linesfrnt02
r102
inside

This is the official website of St Clether Holy Well Chapel.

The chapel is a privately owned and maintained non-denominational Grade 2 listed building

It is situated about 1/3 mile (walk) from St. Clether parish church which is signposted from the A395

NGR SX202846

LAT.   50:37:55

LONG. 04:32:40

 

The roof looked better than it was - in fact it could have collapsed at any moment!

r2
BuiltWithNOF

As you can see by the woodwork

r4
r5
rn1

New roof timbers

rn2

Back go the slates

rn3

Finishing touches

rn4

Now thatís a better roof

The walls had been pointed with cementitious mortar. This was replaced with traditional lime mortar to allow the stone walls to breathe. This should reduce the dampness in the walls.

st1

Before

st2

During

st302

After - there was a noticable difference within days

Some work was carried out inside the chapel

in002

The chapel lighting is improved with the roof off

in1

The inside woodwork has been treateed

pew

This pew was salvaged from Camborne Church, renovated and donated to the chapel by Darrock and Brown

Thatís it for another 110 years

fin1
fin2
fin3

[Home] [About] [Inspiration] [Cornwall CC] [Merchandise] [Contact] [Links] [Roof] [Events] [Well Wishers]

Design by

brisweb7