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Hirst Conservation Ltd was founded by Elizabeth Hirst to provide a holistic approach to the conservation of objects, buildings and associated surfaces.

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Calling all stone and plaster conservators

January 31, 2019 | Hirst-Conservation A position has arisen for a qualified and experienced conservator who specialises in the conservation of historic architecture and monuments. The role will be partly office-based in Lincolnshire, assisting with estimating and the preparation of tenders, as well as travelling country wide to undertake surveys, assess new opportunities and assisting with the running of current projects.  The successful applicant should also be able to write comprehensive technical reports, condition surveys and treatment reports, and will be expected to have knowledge of standards of best practice within conservation treatment and documentation, in line with ethical and procedural requirements of contemporary conservation practice. Applicants should send a CV together with a statement of their personal aspirations and outline of past experience to pa@hirst-conservation.com marking the subject box ‘Job Vacancy’. For interview be prepared to show a portfolio and to provide two references. CLOSING DATE: 22nd February 2019

Tower Ceiling of the Holy Trinity Parish Church, Sutton Coldfield

January 28, 2019 | Hirst-Conservation During the month of October we were busy conserving a decorated timber ceiling, recently exposed within the tower of the Holy Trinity Church.  It was designed by the architect Charles Edward Bateman as one of four highly decorative ceilings, and executed in 1929 by John Wood Ltd.  It was hidden from view by the 1950s pipe organ until the 2018 re-ordering works. Read More

Tutbury, Priory Church of St Mary, Alabaster Archivolt

January 28, 2019 | Hirst-Conservation Previously reported, the phase of works to include the initial consolidation of the most friable areas of the alabaster archivolt and laser cleaning of these unique stones has now been completed. Read More

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