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Newby Hall’s Grade II listed 18th century Orangery has been formally reopened following a £500,000 restoration programme. The work included reinstatement of the building’s full height sliding sash windows and decorative parapet. Phase II of the project was an ancillary building to accommodate a kitchen and WC’s with a structural glass link to the Orangery. Part funded by a grant of £90,000 from the Country Houses Foundation, Woodhall was the architect for the extensive restoration programme which started in 2014.

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Woodhall is pleased to have been involved with a Heritage Lottery funded project at Burnby Hall Gardens to restore an Edwardian Potting Shed and Summerhouse, create a learning zone and repair the edges of the Upper Lake. The restoration of the Potting Shed and Summerhouse was completed in 2017 and the works to the Upper Lake have just been completed.  The repairs to the lake were undertaken in the same manner as the original construction, with a puddled clay waterproofing layer and insitu concrete.

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