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Port Erin Works progress

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Port Erin is transforming.....

Work has been progressing on the Port Erin Church redevelopment project throughout the last few months, and here are the latest pictures.

In the first phase, work in the Hall included removal of the stage, and creation of much needed storage space. Then the next step was to cordon off the smaller rooms behind the hall together with the Rimington Room, which is the area destined to become our new entrance lobby and worship area. Now that this area is closed off from view, there is a lot of curiosity about what is going on behind the barriers!

We have been able to "have a skeet" behind the scenes, and here we share the latest photographs with you.

The new entrance will be at the side of the building nearest to the Dept of Home Affairs training building (formerly the Police station). There is quite a step from the car park level, so the foundations you see include a ramp at a suitable incline for easy access with wheelchair, walker or pushchair. This will also be landscaped to provide an attractive welcoming entrance to the building.

The new worship area is taking shape – minus the ceiling for now! Work to exterior walls will start soon, together with changes to the roofline.

We are very grateful to J & J Builders, who have been undertaking the work, and to Robert Graham who has been managing the project.

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