Heritage: Ecclesiastical

We are proud of our long history of preserving and enhancing a wide range of ecclesiastical buildings, from provincial churches to iconic cathedrals. Using a range of traditional methods and materials to faithfully restore and replicate original craftsmanship.

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St Andrews Church

South Lopham

The medieval church has seen its roof restored to its original glory, along with a host of other repairs and restoration works. Read more »

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Norwich Cathedral Refectory


R G Carter is very proud to have a long history of both conserving and enhancing Norwich’s most iconic building, it’s Cathedral. Her Majesty the Queen visited the refectory restaurant in 2009 when she attended a special service at the cathedral. Read more »

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Binham Priory Visitor Centre

Fakenham, North Norfolk

Binham Priory was a Benedictine priory which is now ten centuries old. It was founded by the Norman baron Peter de Valognes, a nephew of William the Conqueror, in the 11th century. It was home to around 14 monks and a prior. Read more »


The Narthex, St. John’s Roman Catholic Cathedral


The Narthex is a visitor’s facility at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Norwich. It is home to an education centre, a gift shop and a restaurant, whilst also forming easy access to the cathedral and a link to its gardens. Read more »