Sheerness Dockyard Church has reopened after an extensive restoration the BBC reports.
Artisan Plastercraft provided heritage plasterwork conservation and lime plaster repairs, working with main contractor Coniston.
The Church has been repurposed as a new enterprise centre and cultural hub for the public as well as a cultural attraction, with a cafe and sections of the Dockyard Model on permanent display.
The renovation was awarded £5.3m by The Heritage Fund along with support from Historic England towards the £9.5m project.
Read more about this project in our plaster conservation case study.