Reordering Project 

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The big clean-up: Workmen high above the Chancel cleaning the walls.


A view from the scaffolding in the Chancel.


Above and below: Making sure everything is clean so that new lighting can be put up soon.



Above and below: The scaffolding in the Chancel.



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Hitting the heights! This top section has been cleaned by the workmen.

Chancel ceiling gets a good clean

It's a tough job but somebody has got to do it! For the past couple of weeks workmen have gone about their business almost unnoticed high above on scaffolding in the Chancel of St Mary's Church, Melton Mowbray, as these pictures by Team Parish website editor Phil Balding show.

They have been giving the ceiling and walls a good clean so that spotlights and the eight new Flemish candelabra can be put up in the next week or so.

To view a video of them at work click here.

The ceiling of the North Transept has also been cleaned so that electricians can soon put up the new pendant lights in the nave and transepts.


Nice and clean: The North Transept ceiling has been cleaned but cobwebs remain in the North Aisle (left of picture). 

Things are looking good! 
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