St Wilfred’s Church Grappenhall

Case Study

St Wilfred’s Church, in the heart of Grappenhall, Cheshire is a Grade 1 listed building with English, Gothic and Norman architecture. It’s wealth of architecture character however has been brought into the 21st century by the addition of a newly built annexe; sympathetically designed and built to complement the original features of the Church.

Parry Joinery have been involved in this ecclesiastical project by manufacturing and supplying a range of joinery items including new windows, doors, door frames and architraves,

The windows were manufactured using Character Grade European Oak to our standard flush sash design and in a variety of designs including non-opening lights, obscured glass and some fitted with electric operated actuator openers.

Amongst the doors manufactured and supplied were sets of European Oak bi-fold doors; supplied fully bi-folding with the ironmongery fitted.

If you would like to read more about St Wilfred’s building project on their website : St Wilfred’s Church

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