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Great East Window 1929

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Great East Window 1929


Directly above the high altar is a large, imposing and colourful window in memory of Col. David Lewis, sometime Church Warden for 26 years until his detah in 1926. The themes of the window are Christ the True Vine, Christ in Majesty, and the Saints of the cathedrals of Wales: St Peter and St Paul (Llandaff), St Asaph, St John (Brecon), St David, St. Woolos (Newport) and St Deiniol ( Bangor). The tracery of the window was designed by Leonard William Barnard 1870-1951, the architect of the Church and the stained glass was designed by James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars, London.

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