Stained Glass Windows (and appeal)

St Augustine's has a number of historic stained glass windows 

The lancet windows in the sanctuary and the window in the North wall of the chancel are 13th century - the glazing by the Victorian C E Kempe, one in memory of Percy, the eight Baron Barrington who died in 1881

The East window is by Clayton & Bell and is pictured below

The West window is 19th century by Hardman

In the south wall there is a window dedicated to Jane Elizabeth, Viscount Barrington, who was born in 1804 and died 79 years later

The window in the south wall of the vestry was re-arranged in 1981 from fragments of medieval glass

We are currently fund raising to restore, clean and protect the windows following a recent survey

The East window at Westbury    


Can you help restore and protect our windows please?  

This will cost nearly £13,000 and, if you can donate towards this, please click on the Parish Giving Scheme picture below or click here.

Your support would be truly appreciated

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