Recclesia

Recclesia has completed a second phase of works at Grade II listed St Cian's Church in Llangian in North Wales. Whilst the church suffered a fairly invasive 1858 restoration, it remains a fine example of a late medieval church building.

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Recclesia has completed a second phase of works at Grade II listed St Cian's Church in Llangian in North Wales. Whilst the church suffered a fairly invasive 1858 restoration, it remains a fine example of a late medieval church building.

Recclesia previously completed a phase of masonry repair work to the church in 2017, and was commissioned to undertake the second phase of repointing works, internal decoration and the repair and reinstatement of the Victorian bell from the west end alongside the Taylor Bell Foundry.

Recclesia Contracts Manager Paul Warrand said, "I am very pleased to be working at St Cian's for this second phase of work. Our team of masons has received great praise from the PCC and architect Andrew Kepczyk at Lloyd Evans Pritchard, so it is a real pleasure to have been called upon for this phase."