Treske’s skilled craftsmen and cabinet makers are experienced in making doors, screens and panelling for any situation. In historic buildings they work with conservation architects to preserve the integrity of ancient fabric whilst fitting new doors, glazed porches, cupboards and panelling. They are often required to match exactly the style, colour and even aged look of existing woodwork.
The flexible seating for St John's includes Treske St Mary's chairs, armchairs and benches. St Nicholas folding chairs are stored in cupboards to bring the capacity up to 150 people.
Treske made and installed a co-ordinated set of furniture, including the tower screen, vestry table and vestment wardrobe, seating, porch notice boards, bookcases, library table, serving table, pulpit and Southwell chairs, as well as supplying 40 Howe 40/4 chairs.
Treske designed bench pews to be graceful, strong, and light in weight. The choir use the same benches but on the back are removable readers, while freestanding readers front the choir and pews. Treske restored and extended panelling taken from the old church site.