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Magdalen College Longwall Stone Conservation Project Complete

Longwall stone work restoration
  Magdalen College is one of the main Oxford colleges and we have had the pleasure of returning there again this summer to work on the Longwall.  Longwall dates from 1485 and is grade II* listed, built from Taynton stone and in places is not in the best condition.  Inspire Conservation were approached to work on a section of the wall to start the long term commitment to restoring the stonework and consolidating the .

Historic garden walling and lime pointing works

Lime mortar pointing
Inspire Conservation have had a busy few months on various projects since our last post and would like to share a few completed projects. Heath and Reach is an idyllic village on the old Roman A5 route to London. The Grange is on the old coach road and a former residence of important lawyers from the neighbouring town of Leighton Buzzard in the early 18th century.  The property has been extended and the grounds .
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