Friday, July 20, 2018

skywatch friday

A campaign has been launched to help renovate the tower and spire of a Church of Ireland church built in Donegal Town in 1828.  If you are interested you can read about it here.


Linking up with skywatch friday

23 comments:

  1. Trabalhos necessários para recuperação de património.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    Livros-Autografados

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  2. I hope they raise the necessary funds - otherwise a builder and a scaffolding erector are going to be severely out-of-pocket on the venture.

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  3. Good to restore the old building. Hope the funds are enough.

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  5. ...things look a bit soupy! 😀

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  6. An important job; hope that it goes well AND on schedule!

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  7. No fear of heights in that worker!

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  8. Hi Bill.

    Nice Bill if something can be restored.

    Groettie from Patricia

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  9. Restorations of such buildings is always so expensive. Wishing them well.

    God bless.

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  10. Hello, it is great the church tower is being restored. The sky is looking a bit gloomy. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  11. I love it!!!
    Our old architecture is very important whether it is a church or a mansion or a stone cottage...even outbuildings! We should preserve the integrity of our past for the future.
    It is a lovely 19th century church~

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  12. It looks like they are hard at work on it.

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  13. We've had some gray skies here in Tampa the last couple days.

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  14. I can't believe that they are having such trouble getting funding for the repairs Bill, such an important piece of history it should be well maintained and looked after ✨

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  15. That'll be quite a project to complete.

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  16. I hope they get the funds to complete it!

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  17. Wow, a real challenge to safely get up on that spire. Wonderful photo!

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  18. That is a ominously dark sky in the background! Beautifully taken.

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  19. It's well worth restoring and it really restores my faith in humanity when I see and hear of people restoring buildings back into how they should be.

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  20. It sounds as if its condition is pretty perilous and it's surprising they've been unable to get grant money to restore it.

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  21. I hope the funds come through . . .
    Saving, restoring, renovating the old is rewarding.
    Wishing for the best . . .

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  22. I hope the funds are raised. It would be a shame for it fall to far into disrepair to be saved. Shame that government isn't supporting it....yet, perhaps they will!

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