St Paul's Church, Penketh. Rebuilding in progress....

This is my photo record of the rebuild project.
I am hoping to visit regularly to take photos of progress.
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Monday, October 30th, 2017

I've not done any updates for a long time, mainly because nothing much was happening for a long time.

We now have things going on, Samuel is working on partitions and related work, while PEG have made a start on the plumbing and electrics.

Harry Fairclough still have outstanding problems, though they have been doing some remedial work over the past week.

Partition walls in the lobby store, with a
bit of plumbing still on view.

The office corridor, now waiting for door
frames to arrive. The lean is my fault,
the walls here really are vertical!

The 'middle' meeting room ceiling showing
cable trays and light cable ducts.

The 'front' meeting room ceiling with
similar additions.

The Office ceiling. The monodraught controller
has been moved into the ceiling space.
Various cables, work in progress.

The Kitchen ceiling with cable trays.

The new waste in the kitchen, hopefully linked
into the main waste system. The office toilet is
just at the other side and will feed through the wall.

Working on the car park.

Landscaping in progress.

The building fund is growing, but slowly. We have received promised grants, but still need quite a bit more to fund completion. We have do have enough money to make a start on the fitting out process, but it will only cover part of the job. The sooner we have the money the sooner we will be able to complete the building and start making use of it.

If you would like to make a donation towards this, then please click this link. Thank you!

We have recently received a number of donations which are much appreciated. If one was from you, then we are deeply grateful. Thank you very much!