Church of Emmanuel, Shelley

Emmanuel Church dates from 1868, designed by Mallinson and Barber in the Gothic Revival style.

The building is a focal point for the local community and is currently used by a number of community groups.  As well as functioning as a place of worship it has increasingly become an important venue for art festivals and concerts. The church itself contains extensive stained glass reflecting design from Victorian to the modern day.

We have overseen a programme of repairs to the nave and chancel roofs, including new ridge stones, slate repairs, re-pointing and gutter refurbishment.  In the tower, improvements to the access ladders, platforms and lighting will aid the future maintenance of the building. 

The investigations and building works were completed with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.