The Baptist Manse

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The very unusual 1930s roof of the Baptist Manse (architect Balfour “Baffy” Paul) began to give serious problems so has been stripped and recovered in a heavy-duty sort of Onduline.  It was decided that the very odd profile should be normalised, but the roofers managed to go some way to maintain the illusion with vertically-hung slates at each corner. A very happy solution. The very unusual 1930s roof of the Baptist Manse (architect Balfour “Baffy” Paul) began to give serious problems so has been stripped and recovered in a heavy-duty sort of Onduline.  It was decided that the very odd profile should be normalised, but the roofers managed to go some way to maintain the illusion with vertically-hung slates at each corner. A very happy solution.

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