Following full restoration of the roof with Welsh slate in the first two phases, the third phase, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, has seen the reinstatement and repair of the stunning East Window, stonework to the exterior including the steps to the main entrance, and the creation of a new area for worship and community use.

At the end of 2017 Wycliffe received a first round pass from the National Lottery Heritage fund for a grant of £246,600. This was split into two stages, with a development phase taking around a year to gather all the information from surveys etc needed to proceed with the second stage application. This was also successful , and in June 2019, work started on the project itself. You can read about the progress, and see pictures on our blog. We also received funding towards the project from the Garfield Weston Foundation, and the AllChurches Trust.

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