The future looks bright for Hatherlow United Reformed Church
BTP has successfully completed a project to remodel and repair Hatherlow United Reformed Church near Romiley. Without this essential repurposing work and broadening its appeal to the wider community, the Church would have struggled to survive.
Whilst preserving the historic significance of this beautiful Grade II listed Church, BTP has carried out a series of essential repairs to the roof and spire. We have also successfully reconfigured the interior so that it now offers flexible use for a variety of community groups.
The sale of the nearby Sunday school helped to fund this project, with its mutli-use community functions now successfully incorporated into the Church.
The works have included opening up the space by relocating some of the pews, installing under-floor heating, kitchen and WC to provide the church with the flexibility required for multi-purpose functions.
BTP is working on a separate project with the URC on a separate project to convert the Sunday school/church hall building into 11 apartments for Great Places Housing Group.
Get in touch
Please contact Emma Cross, Business Development Manager
Tel: 0161 443 1221
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