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Combermere Abbey

Combermere Abbey on the Shropshire/Cheshire border has recently gone through a considerable transformation. Built as a Cistercian monastery in 1133 then dissolved under Henry VIII and subsequently re-modelled as a Tudor mansion, the Gothic facade was added in the late 1820’s.

Working closely with English Heritage on the renovation of the North wing we manufactured and fitted over 240 components comprising of crockets, crenellations and cladding panels to both replace the old rotten timber on the existing parts of the Abbey and also to complete the new wing. The crockets in particular required some rather ingenious moulding techniques and thinking outside of the box.

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