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Wessex Joinery has worked on many historic building projects. Director, Stephen Newton, has more than 30 years' experience and has acquired particular expertise in this area.

The company has the required knowledge, skill and experience to undertake complex restoration projects and Stephen has been recommended on more than one occasion by the Society for Restoration of Historic Buildings.

He has undertaken major projects on a number of high profile historic buildings including: the restoration of Box Sash Windows at Stowe School in Buckingham and the restoration of huge ornate internal door frames with Pigs Ear Architraves at Compton Verney Art Gallery near Stratford. 

Other historic building restoration projects that Stephen has worked on include: the restoration of historic interior oak panelling, external doors and window frames for Thornbury Castle in South Gloucester and the restoration of seating pews in St. George’s concert hall in Bristol. 

If you would like to know more please contact Stephen Newton on 01934 750 114.

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“Our house incorporates different styles of building including Georgian and Victorian. Stephen has restored several of the windows and has been extremely good at retaining the historic style. Two of the bays have beautiful wooden arches, Stephen replaced the rotten wood and re-glazed these achieving an exact replica of the original window. We are very pleased with the work that he has done. ”

Richard and Joanna Bacon