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2017 Events

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Study Weekend 2017 - North East Wales and Chester

North East Wales & Chester

Thursday 20 April - Sunday 23 April 2017

The Museum's 2017 Study Weekend will take place in North East Wales and Chester. The Welsh counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire are home to the most significant medieval stained glass to be found in Wales, as well as a range of stunning glass from the 19th and 20th centuries. The ancient Roman fortress of Chester, in north-west England, and its Cathedral dedicated to Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary has representative examples of stained glass from several significant Victorian studios, as well as notable modern windows by Alan Younger and Rosalind Grimshaw.

Student Bursary
We are pleased to offer in 2017 a Student Bursary place for a student to attend our Study Weekend. For more information about our Student Bursary, download an Application form (word.doc / PDF)

We will be staying at the Rossett Hall Hotel, near Chester, at the gateway to North Wales. The hotel is 10 minutes’ drive from Chester and Wrexham, where there are rail stations with connections to London (Euston) and Birmingham. Free car parking for guests is available at the hotel.

Prices (per person)
£425 Residential single occupancy (inc. three nights bed & breakfast & evening meals)
£400 Residential double/twin occupancy (inc. three nights bed & breakfast & evening meals)

Non-residential (PLACES LIMITED - Residential places are given priority booking):
£200 Non-Residential and dinners
£100 Non-Residential (visits only)

For more information and to book a place download a Booking Form

Image: Salome presenting to her mother the head of John the Baptist on a plate, early 16th Century, Gresford Parish church. (C) Martin Crampin

Events Archive

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The Stained Glass Museum holds an annual leavture in the summer each yuear, and a series of autumn lectures in the autumn. Click here to read about upcoming lectures.


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