Welcome to Recclesia

Recclesia is a multi-disciplined historic building conservation specialist and consultancy with recognised in-house skills and expertise in masonry conservation, stained glass conservation, and metalwork conservation.

Our highly skilled, experienced, and qualified team specialises in the conservation and repair of historic and listed buildings, churches, ancient sites and ruins. Acting as Principal Contractor or as a specialist sub-contractor, Recclesia works across the UK and internationally on specialist projects with leading conservation architects, conservation organisations, leading contractors, museums, and historic building owners.

Our particular collection of in house skills make us a unique company in the UK. Our collaborative and holistic approach to conservation leads to creativity and innovation between key conservation disciplines.

A picture of Jamie Moore

Jamie Moore | Managing Director

  • MSc Historic Building Conservation
  • BA (Hons) History
  • NVQ Level 6 Conservation Site Management

What We Do

Our Work

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Our very own @carlottacammelli graduated today from @uniofyork after a delay due to Covid. Above her is the window in @york_minster_official which was the subject of her Dissertation for her Master’s in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management. We’re proud to have such skilled and qualified members of our team - well done Carlotta! . . . #buildingconservation #builtheritage #stainedglass #leadedlights #stainedglassconservation #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #skilledteam #specialistteam #conservationexperts #conservationspecialists
Some lovely progress on our Rows project in #Chester as the reinstatement of stallboards continues on the #heritageactionzone project. . . . . #conservation #restoration #craftsmanship #chesterrows #buildingconservation #specialists #heritagejoinery #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #tuesdaymotivation #projectprogress
Excited to be starting our third phase of #conservation work to the spectacular Castell Dinas Brân shortly! A hillfort since around 600BCE, the remains of the current castle are from circa 1260, built in stone to replace an earlier wooden structure which was destroyed by fire. Accessible only by a half hour hike over steep terrain which is an #SSSI, we have some unique challenges ahead! #wales #heritage #llangollen #dinasbran
One of our teams have been busy over the past few weeks installing these beautiful new oak stallboards to parts of the historic #chesterrows as part of our wider project restoring parts of the built heritage and helping improve a sense of place in the #heritageactionzone for @cheshirewestandchestercouncil generously supported by @historicengland and many others. . . . #craftsmanship #workinprogress #teamwork @insallarch @danpotts1111 #improvingourbuiltenvironment #builtheritage #conservation #restoration #buildingconservation
Today we visited St Rhychwyn’s church, said to be the oldest in #Wales. It’s perched high in the hills above #Llanrwst, not far from where I lived as a child. The air is thick with time and a sense of immovable permanence, the walls indifferent to the world spinning outside, the sanctuary unshakable inside. Well worth a trudge up the hill! . . #NorthWales #heritage #history #church #cymru #discovercymru #gwynedd
Details on the rows #chester . . . . . . . . . #conservationspecialist #conservation #restoration #renovation #heritageactionzone #chesterlife #architecture #details #heritage