Our time-lapse photography project at St Martin’s Church in Bilborough is coming along nicely.
We have two cameras in place. One looks down from the eaves, eight metres up, onto the floor of the church and will record the restoration activity in the Grade II* listed building, including the laying of a stone floor.
The second is focused on the restoration some precious wall paintings by mid-20th century artist Evelyn Gibbs, believed to be the last surviving examples of her large scale work.
This Heritage Lottery funded project sees local champion of the church, Hilary Wheat, realising her vision to restore the church to its former vibrant condition establlishing it as a focal point where the local community can address its own challenges such as poor education and health, and low employment.