Founder Colin Mullins, a historical gilder and specialist in the restoration of all kinds of decorative surfaces also is fascinated by powder pigment, gold leaf and heraldry.
Providing secondary double glazing to Listed, heritage and new buildings, throughout the UK since 1966, paying attention to detail in original designs and well fabricated units.
One of Britain’s leading craftsmen restoring Victorian mosaic and encaustic tiled floors, the company recently restored a marble mosaic floor in a Grade I listed Unitarian church in Liverpool.
Francis Downing has been a painting conservator and restorer for over 40 years, working in churches in Britain and overseas.
APi Communications, based in Devon, specialise in installing audio visual systems in churches across England and Wales.
Edinburgh based architects, building surveyors and project managers, GLM make buildings that stand proud and that will stand the test of time.
Fullers Finer Furniture works in churches and establishments all over the country and has been creating quality church furniture for over 30 years.
Fergus Wessel loved letters from an early age, now he is a master of his craft carving grave stones and memorials from his studio in Oxfordshire.
Barley Manor Heritage, owned by Richard Hardy, asks all those who care for church buildings to keep the gutters, water systems and down pipes clear of sludge annually.
Stan Bakowski and his wife Anastasia enjoy working on historic buildings and they have an extensive network of specialists who work with wood, metal and stone.
Interested in buildings from a very early age, Nicholas has recently been a member of the Liturgy and Furnishings Committee at the Cathedral Fabric Commission for England.
Elizabeth Stocker, Director and co-founder of Nigel Tyas Ironwork, celebrates their association with the National Churches Trust: Can you imagine our towns and villages without churches? These...