Our history dates back to 1328 and our Royal Charter was originally granted by Charles l in 1638. Being dedicated to the preservation of stained glass and the skills necessary to produce this beautiful art form, our members range from highly skilled crafts people to those who simply enjoy an involvement in our worthy and important cause. We offer both individual and corporate membership packages with great benefits including opportunities to participate in events such as lectures and cultural events.

Helen Whittaker – Dunnington

2009 St. Nicholas’ Church, Dunnington, York

The Crucifixion – East Window (1.8mx3m)

The central theme of the design is the Crucifixion of Christ. The secondary image is that of an anchor which is represented at an angle, partially submerged by the sea.
The maritime symbolism refers to St Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors (and this church) but also refers to Christ, the Crucifixion and the meaning of His Sacrifice for humanity.