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This beautiful Grade I listed church is located in rural Hertfordshire and is surrounded by stunning views of the countryside. The Main body of the church was built between 1370 & 1450, but it is believed that the tower is of an earlier date. The church is particularly noted for the Bridgewater Chapel, built as a mausoleum for the Dukes and Earls of Bridgewater of Ashridge and their families. The church has seen many changes over the centuries and major repair works were carried out in 1991.
We were asked to carry out a full replacement of the internal lighting, installing LED projector spots, operated by a DALI control system. Feature lighting was installed to highlight important features of the church, and the existing pendants within the Chancel were incorporated into the new system, fitted with dimmable LED lamps. All new lighting is controlled by a simple push button located next to the entrance doorway, with a 10-button scene plate being installed near to the audio system to allow multiple lighting scenes to be selected.
In addition to the internal lighting, we also carried out installation work to illuminate the buildings exterior. These are controlled by a new timeclock and photocell, which means they automatically operate over a desired time, but only when dark enough outside, keeping both the congregation and the bats happy!