Parishioners will be able to see inside All Saints’ Church in Elm tomorrow (Christmas eve) as it opens its doors for the first time since under-going significant building work to the interior.
A new meeting room has been created in part of the south aisle and a new kitchen and toilet installed in the church’s vestry area.
The works have been funded by the Elm Church Hall Charity and Treasurer Rupert Wilkes said: “This has been a complex project carried out in a Grade I listed building. We are very grateful to all of our contractors, who have worked extremely hard to achieve a pre-Christmas completion.”
Tomorrow (December 24) midnight Communion starting at 11.30pm will be the first service to be held since building work commenced in October.