Camber Castle, East Sussex

This Tudor Artillery castle was constructed between 1513 and 1543 as part of Henry VIII’s chain of coastal defences to protect England from invasion. The castle was bought in 1977 by the state and is maintained by English Heritage and is a Scheduled Monument.

Stone Edge Conservation were awarded the contract to carry out masonry repairs to protect the fabric from further decay and deterioration and included removal of invasive vegetation, re-pointing, re-bedding, grouting, flaunching, handmade Tudor brick replacement, pinning and stitching.

Key Elements Included:

  • Re-pointing
  • Re-bedding
  • Grouting
  • Flaunching
  • Handmade Tudor brick replacement
  • Pinning & Stitching