King's College Chapel, Taunton
The chapel at King's College, Taunton is a splendid building and of course attached to the college itself.
Many of the pew cushions have been sponsored by a variety of people, so lots of different embroidered testimonials can be seen. The fabric is from Ross & is called their Pimlico Rouge.
Ross Fabrics are always happy to send free samples on request.
We thank the college for their substantial order.
St Andrews Church of Scotland, Newcastle on Tyne
St Andrew's Church of Scotland in Newcastle on Tyne.
A beautiful church upstairs above a community hall.
They chose Ross Fabrics' Pimlico Crush Denim, a most appropriate colour for Scotland, and looking lovely on the church pews & Communion chairs.
Here is a message that came soon after our delivery in December '21 (By the way, we got the permission to photograph, from the Minister!)
The congregation are delighted with the cushions which were dedicated on Sunday. They may a huge difference, not only to the comfort and warmth but also to the appearance of the Sanctuary.
The help we have had from Joe in the office and also from the two gentlemen who delivered and fitted the cushions is also much appreciated. Will you please pass on our thanks to all of them.
St Andrew's Church of Scotland
13 Grantham Road
Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1QX
St Peter & Paul Church Swadlincote
St Peter & Paul Church Swadlincote chose Camira Citadel "Hold"
a hard wearing beautiful fabric.
The pictures don't do it justice.
Redhill United Reform Church
Redhill United Reform chose our Queen's Blue. It's 100% wool.
A hard wearing beautiful fabric.
We were unable to lay out the cushions when we delivered, the church was to be cleaned I think. John kindly sent some lovely pictures later in the month and you can see them in the customer comments section.
See church below with same fabric.
Beccles Baptist Church
Beccles Baptist ordered 40 of these individual pew cushions.
The Queen's Blue fabric is 100% wool.
We managed to photograph these on our own in-house pew before dispatch.
Church of St Peter, Chepstow
We delivered to this unique church recently, why is it unique? It's on a golf course, of course!
These few were individual church Kneelers, we can of course do bulk orders.
One of our biggest orders was for 500. We're vey happy to do any quantity.
These have lifting "ears", we can do them plain or with hanging brass rings.
Church of St Helen, at Albury, Oxfordshire
This delightful old church is almost hidden in a rural setting it beautiful Oxfordshire. It is well worth a visit to see of course the lovely church but in addition the quaint countryside in which it is set.
The church group chose our Ross Fabrics Pimlico Crush Jade, a bright choice that will go well with wedding photographs!
The list of clergy in the selection of pictures shows just how old is the church.
We are grateful to the British Listed Buildings website for this main picture of the church. Better than anything of which our driver is capable.
Ross Fabrics Pimlico range is available in around 60 different colours.
St Peter's Scotter
St Peter's Church, Scotter, Lincs
We were met by a charming group of 3 parishioners & very soon had our Camira Redstone covered pew cushions in position.
The white painted Georgian Pews look good with the red cushions.
The pictures show the old arch door frame which is the oldest surviving part of the lovely church, it's around 1000 years old! The ancient door to the Tower is getting on in age too.
Little St Mary, Cambridge
Little St. Mary Church, Cambridge
We had delivered to the church previously when they had bought all of their pew cushions.
This time we delivered over 250 hassocks & new cushions for the choir stalls.
Most of the hassock are hanging from hooks at the back of the pews. The rest are for the more modern Lady Chapel.
St Michael & All Angels, Ingram, Alnwick
St Michael & All Angels, Ingram
Ingram is a very small hamlet a few miles from Alnwick, in Northumberland. They chose our Claret Mini Elegent fabric, it really looks so good. We put just a few of the pew cushions in place because the church was suffing from a bat problem. After each service the cushions were to be collected together and covered in polythene thus protecting them from bat droppings! The churchyard was also something special since there was a war grave of a young soldier from the Coldstream Guards who had given his life for our country in 1940.
When we arrived at the church there was a huge group of Mountain Rescuers in a nearby car park. Sadly a rambler was lost & eventually his body was found. On the same car park was the really laid back, home built motor bike. Our driver has happy memories of his biking days! Now he has to be content with our van.
Calne Free Church, Wiltshire
Calne Free Church, Wiltshire
March 18th 2020
This was our last church delivery before the lockdown.
The Camira Citadel Augusta fabric looking good. The fantastic altar and window are outstanding.
St Andrews Church, Bishopstone
St Andrews, Bishopstone
March 18th 2020
This was one of our last church deliveries before the lockdown.
The Camira Citadel Blue fabric looking good with piping.
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