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Facelift of 800 year old Hedon Church

THE FACELIFT at St Augustine’s Church – the “King of Holderness” – has been completed according to an announcement by William Anelay Ltd, the experts responsible for the work at the grade 1 listed building.

THE FACELIFT at St Augustine’s Church – the “King of Holderness” – has been completed according to an announcement by William Anelay Ltd, the experts responsible for the work at the grade 1 listed building.

Repairs to the Church’s structural masonry and replacement of carved masonry pieces has taken place, including one of the Gargoyles which was specially recreated by York based William Anelay.

The work, which began back in August 2010 at an estimated cost of £100,000, is testimony to all those that have raised funds or given funds towards the Church’s restoration over the last few years.

The picture was taken back in November 2010 before the work was completed.

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  1. Newest installed Gargoyle - November 2010. How it looks 11 years later.For those asking about this on the recent Hedon Museum Photography Walks, then the ‘newest’ Gargoyle on the over-800-year-old St. Augustine’s Church was installed in November 2010.

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