The Prince of Wales was given a tour of Great Yarmouth’s historic St George’s Chapel as part of his tour of the Norfolk town last month.
The chairman, Robert Carter guided his Royal Highness around the project, introducing him to members of the Drayton team.
R G Carter Drayton has been working at the Grade I listed building since last December to repair the historic structure, including work to replace the 1930s copper roof with a lead one.
R G Carter regional director, Saul Humphrey said: ‘it’s been terrific for the project, and a wonderful morale boost to the men on site, that the Prince recognises the work they are doing here. He takes a real interest in heritage projects and we are very honoured to have him visit today.’
Work continues to construct a single storey oak framed pavilion which will house a café and front of house ticket booth for the soon-to-be arts venue.