Stained Glass in Essex Churches - Study Day
Tuesday 30 June 2015
Clavering, Little Easton, Great Dunmow, Saffron Walden and Newport
This group of relatively unknown churches includes 15th-century stained glass at Clavering (restored by Lowndes and Drury in the 1920s), 17th-century glass by Baptista Sutton at Little Easton and a variety of Arts and Crafts stained glass at Great Dunmow. We will travel by coach and be guided by Christopher Parkinson and Jasmine Allen.
Joining Instructions: A coach will depart Ely at 9:30am and return by 6pm. Those travelling by rail from the south/London can join us at St Mary''s Church, Newport for 10:45am. Newport is an hour by train from London Liverpool Street Stationand it is just a 10 minute walk to the church. The coach will also make a drop-off at Newport at the end of the day for 5pm.
Cost: £30 per person, including coach travel and tea. We will break for lunch in Saffron Walden where you can buy lunch or eat a packed lunch.
Right: St Catherine, St Mary the Virgin's Church, Newport (nIX, 2a)
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