The A Church in Wales column hasn't had an update for some time. But it's not because nothing has happened. The family who bought the church have been busy every day but it's still not ready to move in yet. This gives the rest of us an insight into how long planning permission can take on a Grade II listed building (a building with architectural merit that must be … [Read more...] about Spring 2020 Update: A Church in Wales Has Planning Permission
A Church in Wales
As we reach the end of summer, it seems like a good time to give you an update on the church-into-home project we are following in west Wales. You can see the introduction and background to the church in the first blog post, and there was an April 2019 update too. I feel so fortunate to be friends with the family who have taken on this project and to be able to visit them to … [Read more...] about A Church in Wales – Summer 2019 Update – Caring for the Graveyard, Pigeon Poo, Bats, Pew Removal and More Plans Revealed!
I've been back to Wales so can bring you part two in our ongoing series about a deconsecrated Grade II listed church in Wales being converted to a family home. If you missed the first part of the series, you can get the background about the property here. I had the pleasure of opening up on a sunny day. Just listen to that bird song! Since the first blog post, the family … [Read more...] about A Church in Wales: Before The Church Can Become a Family Home… An Update from Wales
Editor's Note: This is the first article in a new ongoing semi-regular series about the conversion of a deconsecrated church in Wales into a family home. This is something a bit new for us, but since shows like Grand Designs and Restoration Home are our favorites, we thought it would be cool to bring something similar to Anglotopia. If you like this article, please consider … [Read more...] about A Church in Wales: You’re Buying a Church? And You’re Going to Live In It? Tell Me More!