Restored from the brink to a family home.
On Boxing Day 2015 Cumbria suffered one of its worst floods on record.
The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall is one of York’s medieval treasures and now operates as a museum and venue for special events.
When a fire rips through a museum with devastating results, precious artefacts with unique stories potentially lost, how can you salvage and restore what is left behind?
Described as one of the outstanding houses of its period, Raynham Hall in Norfolk was built in 1622 for Sir Roger Townshend and was the first house in England to be inspired by European architecture.
A fire in a first-floor apartment of a prestigious canal-side development in London’s Islington was discovered one lunchtime by residents.The fire itself was contained by the closed kitchen door, but a thick blanket of smoke spread through the apartment and into communal areas and a number of the apartments above.
St. Michael’s on the Wyre is a primary school in Lancashire with 128 pupils. In December 2015, they experienced severe flooding causing damage to their classrooms.
Hanging in the ballroom at Margam Castle is a large oil painting, ‘Abraham & Isaac’, painted by the American-Born artist Benjamin West. Following a spate of vandalism in the park grounds, it was brought to the estate administration’s notice that some damage had occurred to the painting.
A devastating fire at the start of the school summer holidays reduced Follyfield Boarding House to rubble. Within hours, 61 pupils and staff were homeless.