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Hexham Abbey restoration

Hexham Abbey Parochial Church Council is on the hunt for an architect to lead the £1.75 million restoration of its grade I listed buildings

Built between 1170 and 1250 in the Early English style, Hexham Abbey in Northumberland features Henry Thomas Bosdet-designed stained glass windows and stones in the barrel-vaulted crypt which date from the Roman occupation of Britain.

The project aims to refurbish the abbey’s monastic complex, creating new visitor facilities including exhibition and interpretation spaces, education and meeting rooms, an archive, kitchen and cafe.

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