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Cliveden Conservation - Specialist Conservation

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We have an elephant which has arrived for trunk repairs!
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We had a very thought provoking trip to the Building Limes Forum conference. Lots of information to take away and explore further #conservation #heritage
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We have finished repairs to the Grade II listed statue of Neptune at Warmley Gardens #conservation #heritage
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Our team have been taking part in PASMA mobile access tower training today #healthandsafety
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We have arrived in Trondheim for the Building Limes Forum 2017 Conference 'Rediscovering Traditional Mortars' #buildinglimesforum
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Cleaning & conserving the Cenotaph at Brock Barracks. Works included reinstating lettering plus re-gliding & painting of polychromey flags http://ow.ly/i/xuVRM http://ow.ly/i/xuVST
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Original Warwick vase protected in situ whilst @burrellcollect undergoes refurbishment #behindthescenes http://ow.ly/i/xmAuS
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Back panels are screwed tightly to hold together protective boxing on stone windows in the daylight gallery #behindthescenes @burrellcollect
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Warhol to Walker’ Exhibition Hackney Museum features poster artwork from René Rice, Plaster Section Manager #AndyWarhol #Hackney #hackneyart
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One of London’s most elaborate mausoleums situated at St Mary’s RC Cemetery in Kensal Green has been carefully restored by Cliveden Conservation. The project to preserve the Mausoleum of the family of John Campbell, which has recently been upgraded to Grade II* and is currently listed in Historic England’s Heritage at Risk Register, was funded by Historic England, with support from The Pilgrim Trust. http://ow.ly/NRGd30dIO9x
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