Your chance to see at close hand the specialist conservation that is happening at Bristol’s Temple Church in Redcliffe, led by English Heritage.
The leaning tower & walls of this large late medieval church survived bombing during the Second World War. Originally the site of a 12th Century circular Temple built by the legendary Knights Templar, the site lends its name to much of Bristol.
Take a tour of the internal space led by historic building experts & discover how the work will protect the building’s historic fabric for the future. Hear about the specialist conservation to the building’s unique features including the aumbry & reredos, repairs to stonework at high levels of the church & the stone tracery of the windows.
The conservation project is led by English Heritage & will continue until the autumn of 2022.
Access to the scaffold may be possible on the day to view these repairs in situ so please wear appropriate footwear.
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