Church of St Bartholomew, Tong

This Grade I listed church, rebuilt in the early C15th and extended in 1510, was restored in 1892 and the Chantry (‘Golden’) Chapel contains the only surviving piece of medieval fan vaulting in Shropshire.

The practice’s work included re-roofing the lead covered chancel roof, restoration of the West Window and pinnacle stone repairs.

The West Window consists of late medieval stained glass, which had been set within panels of glazed diamonds with fine late 19th century tinted cylinder glass.  The whole has been carefully removed, dismantled, cleaned and restored. 

The project was funded by an English Heritage Places of Worship grant.

Client
St Bartholomew PCC