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Early November at thetrevproject

Anyone who follows this blog – I am sure there is someone – may have noted that we are becoming a bit jaded with the building works and reporting it. 680 more words


Phase 2 at thetrevproject 16th - 30th October

The builders returned on 16th October and set about removing the old kitchen and removing the fibreboard ceilings and walls  in the old part of the house. 578 more words


Chestnuts House

Chestnuts House on Hoe Street is a bit of a hidden treasure, with hidden being the key word. Standing back from the road and locked behind metal gates, you’ve probably walked past it dozens of times without giving it a second thought. 484 more words


Change over at thetrevproject

The first week in October was a finishing off of phase 1 with only a couple of guys on site. We were expecting  the two windows back and a clean of the areas completed ready for us to move in. 702 more words


Cleaning a Quarry Tiled Kitchen at a Listed Building in Devon

This story follows on from a previous post on the renovation of a Victorian Tiled Reception Area at a listed Georgian Townhouse in the middle of the small market town of South Moulton in North Devon. 22 more words

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Cleaning a Victorian Reception at a Listed Building in Devon

I was approached by the owner of a listed Georgian Townhouse right in the middle of the small market town of South Moulton in North Devon who was struggling to have any impact on the appearance of his Victorian tiled reception area, despite hours of back-breaking scrubbing and had become

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Over Tabley Hall

The Hall is a Grade II listed building in Cheshire.

It is part of a 17th to 19th Century manorial complex and includes the ‘New Hall’ built between 1760 and 1780, the ‘Old Hall’ built in the 17th century and a barn complex to the South spanning the 17th and 20th centuries. 70 more words

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