A unique late 18th century church building and centre, St Nicholas Church standards at the southern entrance of the oldest part of Warwick. The present building was completed in 1785, replacing a decaying mediaeval church.
Norman & Underwood were contracted to replace the church pinnacles, repair the south elevation masonry, remove and install new sand cast lead gutter along the entire southern elevation, and to refurbish the stained glass windows back to their original design and colour.
This contract was unique in that we had to create the pinnacles with no supplied designs. Our aim was for visitors and churchgoers to appreciate what the building looked like when it was first constructed – and some very positive feedback suggests that this aim has been met.