Church Repairs: June 1904

”  . . . we trust that the Parishioners of S. John’s and Members of the Congregation will bear seriously in mind that the repairs of their Church are by no means completed, and will lay by in store for the work which is still necessary . . .
At the present moment so little money has come in since last November that we have been unable to meet the Architect’s charges, and we feel that the summer will soon slip by if some fresh work is not taken in hand at once . . .
It was felt absolutely necessary to repair and reglaze the large window over the principal door without delay, and Mr Bridgman’s estimate for the stonework is £25 8s 5d. This window is really in a dangerous condition, and a heavy gale might produce very serious results, and the Committee feel compelled to undertake its restoration in the hope of money coming in before its completion . . .”

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