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Repairing our stained glass window 

We have a special stained glass window in our old back hall. 


The hall itself is reputed to be the first Congregational Church in Radlett, designed by the architect Geoffrey Harrison and built in 1905, before the later church was added at the front in 1930 after the Congregational Church merged with the Presbyterian Church, and became the United Reform Church.

The window is commonly referred to as a depiction of the Mayflower although the design appears to be of another ship: it is not known when the window was actually installed.

Sadly this window has been damaged - we believe that a bird flew through it.

We have had the damage assessed by a specialist stained glass repairer.

A detailed list of work has been received and costs are currently quoted are currently £1,428 inc vat.

Donations of all sizes are welcome to support this project. Please visit our How to Give page to make your donation. Please use the reference "window/your name" in any payment in order that we can allocate funds correctly.

Thu, 2 December 2021 28 Kislev 5782