Kilpeck Church Restoration Update 22 June 2022: Review of major works

The restoration work is due to last until the middle of July.

Work is now in progress on this major restoration project. The work involves repointing parts of the external walls and stripping out and replacing all the
lead flashings on the roof.

The scaffolding will then be removed and re-erected inside in order to strip off the plaster work on the internal walls where damp ingress has caused damage.
Once the walls have dried out, they can then be limewashed.
Plaster will not be reapplied in order to
allow the walls to breathe.

The church will remain open for visitors but will be closed in the new year once
work commences on the inside.

View the current repair work below, by the restoration company Oliver Architecture:

Restoration Work undertaken on Nave West Gable
Nave Looking West
Chancel Looking East


Bellcote West Elevation

Key To Bellcote repairs:

  1. Plastic repair to bellcote cill
  2. Piece repair to impost block corner
  3. Coloured limewash/mortar to consolidate face of ashlar
  4. Grout fractures to stone
  5. Repoint open joint
Roof plan showing areas in need of repair
Roof plan showing areas in need of repair



With many thanks to  Oliver Architecture and Jones & Fraser


Please may we ask you to consider donating as generously as you feel you can, so that we may preserve this very special church for generations to come.

You can donate either in the church, or online using the link below.


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Kilpeck Church would like to thank the following organisations for their generous support of our restoration appeal:

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