The East Window at Paul

Great News. The large East Window at Paul Church is being re instated carefully.

It has spent three months at Wells in the workshop of Dan Humphries and his team, being lovingly restored and cleaned.

Dan Humphries explaining the finer points of stained glass to Richard and Andrew
One of the panels being rebuilt

Meanwhile stone mason Reuben Marsh and colleague Richard Holliday had patiently re built the mullions and tracery using stone from the Forest of Dean.

Reuben Marsh (left) and Richard Holliday

Huge thanks to all the craftsmen and women for their skill.

The Window is a memorial to a local young man killed in WW1. It will be rededicated on May 6th almost 103 years to the day since he died at Ypres.

Emma pointing a restored glass panel

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