£250k target for chapel restoration work at St Botolph's Church in Boston
THE next step of repair and restoration work of Boston’s St Botolph’s Church is set to cost £250,000 and donations are needed to help make it possible.
Work to the north face has been completed with plans under way to repair and restore the church’s medieval Cotton Chapel.
The repairs will take at least two years to complete and cost in the region of £250,000.
The first stage will be the replacement of the south roof. This will be funded by a grant from the National Churches Trust.
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This will be followed by a two year extensive programme of stone replacement and repairs both inside and out as well as restoration of the stain glass.
Director of development Peter Coleman said: “We are working hard to keep the building in a good condition which, given the current economic climate is becoming increasingly difficult, so please help us keep one of this countries heritage icons preserved so people can enjoy its beauty for many years to come.
“Fundraising has already started, however we still need to raise a considerable amount to complete the project.”
There are a number of ways people can help. They can either make a donation towards the project, have a message carved into one of the new stones as part of the Sponsor a Stone initiative or purchase one of the pieces of historic stones that will be removed as part of the project.
For further information on these initiatives please contact Peter Coleman on 01472 398637 07887943125 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org