St. George’s Church, a Grade I Listed building completed in 1730, is one of the best examples of Georgian Church Architecture in Devon. The Quinquennial Inspection identified the need for urgent repair to the lead sheet roofs, the bell-cote and to high-level masonry. English Heritage provided grant funding for these repairs and the work commenced in January 2010 under the supervision of Jonathan Rhind Architects. Sand-cast lead was used in the best traditions of the craft which will now provide protection to last the coming century. The work was integrated into non-grant aided conservation repairs to western façade and windows which was suffering from wind-blown water penetration.