Exceptional craftsmanship praised

PUBLISHED: 10:59 14 May 2012

Craftsmen Phil Goddard (left) and Andy Pugh with the doors they made for Allhallows Museum in Honiton.

Craftsmen Phil Goddard (left) and Andy Pugh with the doors they made for Allhallows Museum in Honiton.

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Doors made by Devon Heritage Joinery grace the oldest building in Honiton’s town centre.

Trustees at Allhallows Museum hope new doors will be opened to a local business, which carried out exceptional work for Honiton’s oldest town centre building

Phil Goddard and Andy Pugh, of Devon Heritage Joinery, made new doors for the High Street building using English oak.

The standard of the finished product was so high that people have been moved to make complimentary remarks - and even touch the doors.

Phil and Andy are pictured beside the doors.

Museum archivist Margaret Lewis said everyone at the museum is pleased with the doors and that they were worth every penny.

Based in a rural setting near Honiton, Devon Heritage Joinery boasts a showroom which is located in a fully restored 15th century Devon long house.

For further information about the business call 01884 277188.


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