Works to the church of St. John the Evangelist, Bush End included removal of a modern, plaster boarded partition, and replacing this with an attractive oak panelled screen. This then provided areas for a toilet for disabled and able bodied persons; and also a wash up area for cups and plates. A breathable lime floor was laid in this area, with under-floor heating. A septic tank and water connection were installed.
An attractive oak bell ringing balcony was built, with oak staircase access. The Vestry was revamped, with the provision of new lime plaster and decorations. The floor in here was lifted, levelled and re-laid with matching red and black quarry tiles.
In the porch, timber repairs were carried out, and the sunken floor was lifted, levelled and re-laid, using lime with a breather perimeter. New oak sheep gates were made and hung at the entrance to the church porch. Further maintenance work undertaken included stone and brick repairs to buttresses, and urgent roof repairs.