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||Stained Glass Window Project 1964
1964 - Newspaper
Two stained glass windows, each 15 ft. high by 2 ft. wide, have been made by children at Beechholme, the L.C.Cís children's home in Fir Tree Road, Banstead.
The two windows have now been fitted - again by the children - in the central north window of the homeís own chapel.
The work was completed, under the direction of Mrs. Nancy David.
The children contacted suppliers of coloured glass and a firm which dealt with lead for stained glass windows, then they sought the advice of specialist artists.
Pictured here, John Taylor, Derek Fletcher and David Gould pause for a moment before placing the last piece of glass into position