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All Saints - WWI & WWII Window


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Conflict Commemorated:WWI & WWII

Address:All Saints Church


Type of Memorial:Window

Materials Used:Glass, lead

Description:A stained-glass window in the east wall of All Saints Church. The window features three main lights with flamboyant curvilinear bar-tracery above and a quatrefoil to the top. The window depicts God on the Throne of Heaven, flanked by angels. Width: 1900mm.

Inscription:This window is dedicated to the Glory of God And in Thankfulness for the safe return Of those from this parish who served in the Wars 1914 - 18, 1939 - 45.

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:C.J.A.

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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