Dear Readers,

Welcome to our Summer double issue which covers July and August. Please remember that our next issue will appear in September. As befitting a double issue, we have an extra helping of features and lots more to interest you whatever the weather.

Our News pages have reports of exhibitions in St Petersburg and York, a fabulous web site documenting the glass at Bad Wilsnack in Germany and another interesting Name that Roundel puzzle.

Our Panel of the Month focuses on a late fourteenth-century image of the Holy Trinity while our Feature pages contain an important article on Anglo-Saxon glazing plus an interview with the chairman of the Friends of Fairford church about the successful conclusion of their twenty-five year campaign to restore its famous windows.

Our Books pages take a close look at a lavishly illustrated study of Flemish glass and – a first for us – a book written for older teenagers which revolves around the search for some lost sixteenth-century windows.

Have a good summer – and do join us again in September.

Anna Eavis (Editor)

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