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THE HISTORY OF STAINED GLASS AS SEEN THROUGH THE CHRISTMAS STORY

stained-glass-nativity-scene-munir-alawi.jpgTHE HISTORY OF STAINED GLASS AS SEEN THROUGH THE CHRISTMAS STORY

3 DECEMBER

2.00pm - 3.00pm

CHRISTMAS LUNCH AT 12:30PM

Tickets for lunch will need to be pre-booked for both members and guests.

THE HISTORY OF STAINED GLASS AS SEEN THROUGH THE CHRISTMAS STORY AT 2PM

The Christmas Story has been the subject of many Stained Glass windows, beginning with the early jewels of coloured glass at Chartres, from the late 12th century, through to the Victorians who created a wealth of windows, and the damage of the Second World War which gave artists like Chagall further opportunities.

Diana Lloyd

MINCE PIES AND MULLED WINE FOLLOWING THE TALK

Our Talks are held in Fittleworth Village Hall on the first Tuesday of each month at 2.00pm, except where noted otherwise, and are followed by tea & coffee. Doors open at 1.40 pm.

Visitors are most welcome to attend at a nominal fee of £5 a time.


Earlier Event: 3 December
KNIT AND NATTER AT PETWORTH LIBRARY
Later Event: 4 December
WEDNESDAY ART GROUP