ST. CATHERINE'S CHURCH
SERVICES & EVENTS
Updated 20th January 2018
PCC will meet on Wednesday 6.30pm at St. Catherine’s New Brancepeth.
JANUARY 2016 -
the trees were cut back as they were over-mature.
SEPTEMBER 2015 - the vestry was decorated and burgundy carpet flooring was fitted. September was the 125th Anniversary of the original church being built.
AUGUST 2015 - The vestry was stripped out, damaged ceiling and walls removed and replaced, new cupboards and shelves built and sliding doors fitted
JULY 2015 -
December 2014 - We now have £13,324 for Phase 2. We are having a meeting on Thursday, 4th December at 10am to decide on how to proceed with the kitchen refit. We also need to apply for a Faculty to do this work.
2014 - We have been raising funds to begin Phase 2 of
our Restoration. The first job was to refit a new toilet suite and hot
water heater. This has been done.
PHASE 1 - FROM THIS
We have a good start on the next phase - £2,638 in the middle of November.
Progress on St. Catherine’s Church Renovation Project
ST. CATHERINE'S RENOVATIONS ARE FINISHED AGAIN FOR THE TIME BEING
BOILER HOUSE CHIMNEY DEMOLISHED
PHASE 2 UPDATES - finished
altar carpet was fitted on Tuesday 17th May
2016 - New Noticeboard fitted - not quite finished yet
January 2016 - Trees overhanging new roof felled and trimmed
November 2015 - Vestry carpet fitted now
September 2015 - decoration of vestry and porch
August 2015 - vestry wall/ceiling repaired & cupboards fitted
16th July - Exterior decoration finished
28th June - Interior decoration finished
23rd June Kitchen is Finished
28th March - it's getting there!!
Kitchen before the start of renovation 8th March 2015
The finished Roof -
The roof is finished and the church has been painted and is looking good
guys have been in to make the soakaways for rainwater from the gutters
The roof was
all but finished by the middle of August
the money required has been raised for the First Phase to replace the
flat roof over the vestry, Kitchen and back porch.
July 31st August 2nd
is hoped to re-plaster the internal wall near the organ and renew the
brickwork and render on the outside of the organ wall.