St Peter’s Update Meeting on 16th June

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Over the past year we have been gathering information on the condition of the church walls, presenting that information to the various interested bodies and discussing the possibilities of what could be achieved for the church rebuild.  At the end … Continued

Work Starting 6th October 2015

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Work is now starting on what should be the last phase of investigation work before design work and planning can begin in earnest. During the fire the walls were raised to a high temperature, in a very uneven way, such … Continued

Alexander Design Appointed as Architect and Lead Consultant.

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Following the review of submissions, Alexander Design have been appointed as Architect and Lead Consultant for the St Peter’s Church project. “alexanderdesign” is a practice of contemporary architects based in Winchester. Their architectural designs cover a broad portfolio of projects, … Continued

Grave Survey by Ground Penetrating Radar

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A ground penetrating radar survey was commissioned by St Peter’s PCC to obtain evidence for the sub surface morphology of St. Peter’s church and, in particular, any graves that were built over in Victorian times. Details are here: http://raisestpeters.uk/about/grave-survey-by-ground-penetrating-radar/

Structural Survey Dimension Drawings Added

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Following the recent structural survey of St Peter’s, detailed dimension drawings have been made available: http://raisestpeters.uk/about/structural-survey-dimension-drawings/

Spinnaker Tower Abseil in Aid of St Peters

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Some people’s determination to help us rebuild knows no bound (and certainly no fear of heights). We know they never got the outside lift working… but this is an extreme way to enjoy the view: http://raisestpeters.uk/fundraising/spinnaker-tower-abseil-in-aid-of-st-peters/

3D Dimensional Survey Video Available

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Eastleigh company Siteline have recently completed a 3D laser scan to assist in the rebuild of Ropley Church which was devastated by a fire in June 2014. The colour pointcloud was captured using a FARO Focus X330 laser scanner and … Continued