We were initially asked to remove some of the vegetation growing on the 15th century ruin walls of the Great Banqueting Hall. This has lead to an on-going program of masonry repairs, repointing and general conservation work of the oldest parts of the castle.
Chief Executive, Martin McWilliam:
“West Access Conservation are helping us with an on-going program of vegetation removal, repointing and stone repairs to our 15th century Great Banqueting Hall ruins and the Dungeon Tower. We have found them to be knowledgable when dealing with the historic masonry and the quality of their workmanship shows we can trust them with good conservation practice.
As we are open to the public, we have been pleased they understand the importance of keeping the working areas safe, clean and tidy and we have always found them a pleasure to deal with. We would have no hesitation recommending them to carry out similar work on other historic buildings.”