Storage of hymn books has to be easily accessible; in some situations movable, in others fixed. Trolleys and shelves must be of the required size to accommodate the maximum number of books whilst taking up a minimum of space.
Woods can be chosen and designs made to match existing furnishings or reflect a more contemporary taste. Treske are frequently asked to make such items as part of wider re-ordering and restoration projects.
In partneship with Ron Sims Architect, a new altar, glazed internal porch, side screens and a new servery, complete with fittings and appliances, were made and installed by Treske for this historic church.
The late Victorian style of the original building is evoked in its interior detailing and was the source of inspiration for the specially made chairs and wall-hung book cases commissioned from Treske.
Treske of Thirsk were selected to provide new oak seating to replace the old pine pews, using a mixture of rush seated oak chairs, folding chairs and benches.