Employed as consultants to lead this community driven, Heritage Lottery funded project featured on the BBC’s Restoration program. Built at the end of the 19th century by the rector, Reverend Massey, the Folly was a gift to the community to whom it is being returned as a sustainable asset. Its form, appearance and external ornament are unique, having used specially made bricks and terracotta tiles.
The local community own the building. It required extensive repair and adaptation including an energy strategy to bring about greater vitality and sustainability, that will be required to stop the decay of the grade II listed structure for the enjoyment of the local and wider community for years to come.