A 138-year-old building, Trinity Church at Hardwick Mount in Buxton, has been transferred into the 21st century following the completion of a brand new extension.
A total of £500,000 was spent on the new building funded by donations from parishioners and friends, spanning over five years.
The renovation project includes an extension with under floor heating, a new kitchen, toilet block and entrance area. More space has also been added in the main seating area.
The project, titled ‘Building for Growth’ also includes improvements to disabled access and has proven to be the perfect mix of old and new.
6th July 2012