Discovering Medieval Stained Glass in Nottinghamshire

A medieval stained glass trail for Nottinghamshire churches has been published by the excellent Southwell & Nottingham Diocese Church History Project.

The trail involves a journey of thirty-seven miles, visiting seven churches with important remains of medieval glass ranging from the twelfth to the late fifteenth centuries. The churches are: Halam, St Michael; Southwell Minster; Averham, St Michael & All Angels; Newark, St Mary Magdalene; Holme, St Giles; Fledborough, St Gregory; and East Markham, St John the Baptist.

The trail has been edited by Heather Sirrel with support from the Rev Dr Allan Barton, Dr Chris Brooke, Tom Errington and Anita Maunsell.

For a copy of the guide, and more information about the Church History Project, contact: Heather [dot] Sirrel [at] southwell [dot] anglican. ” target=”_blank”>Heather [dot] Sirrel [at] southwell [dot] anglican.

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