Having been hidden from view and closed to public for over 650 years – the Charterhouse, a historic London landmark was recently opened to public by Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh (28 February 2017). The Queen also unveiled a plaque to mark the occasion.
In recent months Bakers of Danbury have been Principal Contractors for the works to the Charterhouse. The project “Revealing the Charterhouse”, included remodelling of the Grade I listed building to house a new museum and learning centre; which explores the history of the Charterhouse from the Black Death to present day.
Ann Kenrick OBE, Master, the Charterhouse said:
“We are hugely grateful for the works carried out by Bakers of Danbury and for their unwavering dedication to the Revealing the Charterhouse project. The skilled craftsmen from Bakers work to an extremely high standard producing a finish which has exceeded all of our expectations. They were a pleasure to work with, always keeping to their word, and we couldn’t be happier with their overall approach and diligence.
I would recommend Bakers of Danbury to anyone.”
Click here for more information on the “Revealing the Charterhouse” project