The stained glass windows in the cloisters of Chester Cathedral form a fascinating series, representing a Kalendar of the Church’s year, showing Saints’ days and important feast days in the Christian year. The windows were installed between 1920 and 1932, and were funded solely by donations.
Over the past two years a small group of volunteers has been researching these windows in some detail, and this illustrated presentation, a part of Chester Heritage Week, will show some of their findings.
Following the presentation, volunteer Elizabeth Moncrieff and Cathedral Bedesman, Nick Fry will be on-hand to show people any windows they wish to see.
Free of charge. Donations welcome.
This exhibition is presented as part of Chester Heritage Festival, which takes place across the city between Friday 21 and Saturday 29 June 2019. For further details about the festival, click here.