St Joan of Arc is a memorial church situated within the Diocese of Middlesbrough but governed by the Bishopric of the Forces. The church was built in 1930 by the firm of William Anelay to designs by by Leonard Stokes and Drysdale.

Jack Tighe Decorating Ltd was awarded this internal painting, decorating and preservation contract in January 2019 for Tom Willoughby Ltd. The contract value was £18,000 on completion.

Our CSCS accredited workforce and SSSTS accredited Supervisors attended a full site induction prior to commencement of any works. PASMA trained operatives were responsible for the erecting, dismantling and safety of the mobile scaffolding.

Risk Assessments were carried out and specific hazards were identified associated with the works including manual handling, application of paint by brush / roller, surface preparation using hand tools, slips trips & falls, use of 240v sanding equipment, use of stepladders and use of scaffolding.


In accordance with Jack Tighe Decorating Ltd.’s Environmental Policy statement, extreme care was taken to ensure the least possible damage was caused to the surrounding environment.

Our Operatives prepared working areas by filling, sanding etc and then applied 2 coats of vinyl matt emulsion to walls and ceiling. Fixed Scaffolding supplied by Swale Scaffolding was used to access the highest points.

Our Operatives then prepared the floor surface by sanding with a 240v floor sander, stained the floor with a wood dye, before applying 2 coats of Dulux diamond glaze.

All work areas had suitable signage & barriers displayed to warn of ongoing works.

The average number of workers on site was 5.

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