Site Significance: This site is of architectural, artistic, historical, social, and technical value. The church was built in the mid-19th century succeeding a 18th century thatched chapel adjacent to the current site. The boundary walls are constructed with a silver grey granite, schist, and flag stone to create a chequerboard patter to match the church.
Anú Heritage Role:
- Condition Survey and assessment
- Planning, procurement, and execution of works
- Liaison between, Community Committee, Contractors and Wexford County Council Planning Department
- Specifications and Conservation Method Statements include techniques, specifications, material recommendations
- Historic Fabric Sourcing and Recording
- Successful Built Heritage Investment Scheme Applications
- Material Sourcing
- Contractor selection
- Site trails and exemplars of conservation methods and materials
Granite, Schist, and Flag
Granite, Schist, Flag, hot mixed mortars, gauged mortars including pozzolans, NHL’s, sand and aggregate selection.