National Trust contact the “Boys” to undertake Building Work Holcombe Village Grade 2 Listed Building
Eaves Farmhouse Holcombe recently features in the Lancashire Evening Telegraph and Manchester Evening News Rossendale Free Press “Beautiful National Trust-owned farmhouse is wrecked in arson attack”. The farmhouse which dates back to 1838 is Grade 2 listed and one of a number of properties owned by the National Trust.
B and E Boys who originally undertook restoration work to a number of Farm Buildings for the National Trust in Holcombe Village and Dunham Massay where the Company was nominated for an RICS award, recently undertook £250,000 of work on the farmhouse which was occupied until recently when arsonists struck. B & E Boys were again contacted to undertake major fire damage building work, including re-construction of timber roof structure, removal of fixtures and fittings to allow cleaning of smoke damaged rooms, and the recovering of the roof in natural stone slate to bring the farm house back to its former condition.
B and E Boys have undertaken restoration work on a number of listed properties such as Towneley Hall Burnley which is Grade 1 listed, St Marys Chambers Rawtenstall Grade 2 listed, Abbeystead House Lancaster for the Duke of Westminster and Rowley Hall Hospital Stafford having specialist tradesmen to undertake the highly skilled and sensitive work. B and E Boys have been in construction for over 52 years and have worked for many clients in both Public Sector and Private Enterprise.
The Company is currently building the first 20 of 100 houses on Station Road Padiham, as well as a new Industrial Unit Waters Meeting Bolton for local Company SGH Moulds