Storage for all the items required regularly for services and events by clergy, choirs and staff is crucial to the smooth and efficient performance of their duties. Every church presents different needs and challenges and Treske’s designers and craftsmen have risen to them.
Whilst regarding the integrity of historic fabric as paramount, they have been able to make and fit cupboards that match existing furniture and design and make new shelving or fitments where required, always after detailed discussions with church architects, Diocesan authorities, clergy and congregations.
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.
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.
New sanctuary furniture designed and made by Treske joined the original benches made by Treske in the 1980's as part of a major reorder and reorientation of the church.