Building Name

Restoration: Church of St. Nicholas, Trelleck, Monmouthshire

1893 - 1894
Trelleck, near Monmouth
Monmouthshire, Wales
Grade I

RESTORATION OF TRELLECK CHURCH, MONMOUTH - This church, which is of the architecture of the thirteenth century, has just been re-opened by the Lord Bishop of Llandaff, after undergoing restoration at a cost of about £2.700. The principal additions and alterations now completed are five clearstory windows, two new aisle windows on the north side, new tracery east window, opening out of the great western arch, raising of chancel arch, re-seating throughout, lightning conductor, and restoration of all stone and timber work, and retiling the entire building. It has been restored as far as possible on the lines of the ancient building. The architect has been Mr. E. H. Lingtn Barker, London and Hereford. [Builder 18 August 1894 page 119]