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We are delighted to report that building works at Roydon United Reformed Church have been completed.

The 10 week programme saw the underpinning of the external walls to stop subsidence and then repairs to the front wall and window which had developed a large crack because of the subsidence. The wall was also rendered and repainted. The window looks amazing...no rain or wind is coming through that now!

The inside of the church has also be redecorated and is looking spick and span and ready for use.

The Church Elders and members of the congregation are now working to towards ensuring the building is 'Covid Secure' in time for the re-opening service which is to be held on Sunday 18 October.

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