A community hall in the small East Yorkshire village of Londesborough. The original slate roof coverings in place were in good condition but nail fatigue had caused them to start to drop out. It was agreed with our client that the best option was to re-use as many of the original slate to the front elevations as possible, and make up the rear elevations with reclaimed slate to match. The existing clay crested ridge tiles were re-used along with the gable end finials. All new lead work was carried out to valleys, abutment flashing’s, hip ends and the cupola.