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
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.
2018 – Ongoing
St. Colemans Church, Community Committee, Ballindaggin, Co. Wexford