Stained Glass Windows (and appeal)

St Augustine's has a number of historic stained glass windows 

The lancet windows in the sanctuary and the window in the North wall of the chancel are 13th century - the glazing by the Victorian C E Kempe, one in memory of Percy, the eight Baron Barrington who died in 1881

The East window is by Clayton & Bell and is pictured below

The West window is 19th century by Hardman

In the south wall there is a window dedicated to Jane Elizabeth, Viscount Barrington, who was born in 1804 and died 79 years later

The window in the south wall of the vestry was re-arranged in 1981 from fragments of medieval glass

We are currently fund raising to restore, clean and protect the windows following a recent survey

Can you help restore and protect our windows please?  

This will cost nearly £13,000 and, if you can donate towards this, please click here

Your support would be truly appreciated

The East window at Westbury



It costs over £20,000 each year to keep the church open and maintain the churchyard. If you are able to help at all, please click here or on the Parish Giving icon below. Thank you

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