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Newsletter (Summer 2020)

Our Summer 2020 newsletter looks at a selection of projects recently undertaken by Bakers of Danbury as well as our sister companies Collins and Curtis Masonry and Pickford Builders.

Projects within this newsletter for which Bakers of Danbury have been the Principal Contractor include recently completed project at Wyddial Hall which involved internal remodeling, extensive M&E, joinery and decorating works, the £1,800,000 refurbishment and roofing project at Westminster Deanery (which sits within the grounds of Westminster Abbey), extensive conservation works to St Andrew's Church in Cherry Hinton, the recently completed classroom extension to Benyon School in Thurrock, and new build extension to a home in Little Baddow.

In addition to those projects detailed in our Newsletter, some other interesting projects include a recent new build project for which Bakers built a number of large outbuildings for a private customer, constructed exclusively from green oak with a tiled roof. Bakers also carried out restoration works to the remains of what is said to be the oldest Christian Church in England and whose stone foundations were uncovered over 40 years ago in Colchester, Essex and are thought to date back to A.D. 320, towards the end of the Roman occupation of Britain.

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