Project: Grange Court, Grade II Jacobean building
Location: Leominster, Herefordshire
Overview Woodfellas awarded contract for the refurbishment of all carpentry and joinery works to a Grade II listed building and new extension works for the general public.
History Grange Court was commissioned to be built by the Kings Carpenter John Abel in 1633, it has been visited by the Queen Mother and the Queen in the last century, it is one of the main attractions of buildings in Leominster set in the main park area and is a source of pride for the local community.
Woodfellas have an experienced history of works to grade listed buildings and will relish the challenge of restoring the building to its original historical state.
Contract due to complete in Autumn 2011.
Grange Court, Grade II Listed Jacobean building.
Construction of new roof.
Grange Court is a major restoration project.
Major carpentry and woodwork restoration required.