Work to put back repaired stonework on St Thomas' Catholic Church in Jersey is starting this week. A giant crane will be brought in to assist with the restoration, with over £1.1 million being raised towards the refurbishment.
The scaffolding, which has allowed builders to reach the highest points of the structure, is set to be taken down over a period of six weeks.
The Church also say they hope the cross will also restored.
Critical repairs began to St Thomas's spire in August after a crowdfunding project was set up to pay for the work.