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Restoration of All Saints' Church


All Saints' church Wickhambrook is a Grade I listed building. In the Quinquennial inspection report 2000 it was assessed that the building required £292,700 of work to be undertaken to return it to its former glory. A description of some of the work required along with a series of supporting-evidence pictures is depicted in the following table.

Restoration work
Restoration Restoration Work Status
Phase 1 Tower Sep 2001 - Jan 2002
Phase 2 Nave South Aisle roof
Nave North Aisle roof & Chancel roof
Three Nave Windows
Feb - Apr 2003
Jul - Sep 2003
Jul - Sep 2003
Phase 3 Nave roof & interior decoration
Thanksgiving service
Oct 2004 - Jul 2005
17 July 2005
Phase 4 Other Work To be determined

Food For Thought

A plea from the Revd Ian Finn before the start of the Phase 1 restoration began in 2001.

Fund Raising Events

There are a number of fund raising events scheduled for the coming year, details of which may be found the events page.


Donations are always welcome. If you feel you would like to contribute to this most worthy cause please click on the donations page for more information. A list of Major Benefactors can be found on the Benefactors page.

Phase 1, 2 & 3 Funding

We have now completed Phase 1 (Sep 2001 - Jan 2002), Phase 2 (Feb - Sep 2003) and Phase 3 (Oct 2004 - Jul 2005) of the restoration programme.

Wickhambrook Restoration Committee

In order to undertake the work required in the Quinquennial inspection report 2000, The Wickhambrook Restoration Committee was set up, charged with the task of raising the required funds. All Saints' Church also has a number of Patrons whose names are listed on the Patrons page.

Last Modified Monday 12 February 2018