Church of the Holy Rude
The Church of The Holy Rude is of great historical importance due to its age and history. It was the site of the coronation of King James VI and is the only living church in the UK other than Westminster Abbey to have held a coronation.
Working on such a project we take time to catalogue each stage of the restoration process to ensure no detail goes unnoticed; dismantling, cleaning and evaluating every pane of glass before re-leading.
We take great pride in the part we play in preserving stained glass heritage especially when in the context on such an historically significant building such as The Church of The Holy Rude.