Lots of good News in this issue starting with the publication of Penny Hebgin-Barnes’ brilliant new volume on the Medieval Stained Glass of Cheshire and details of massive exclusive discount offers on this and other recent CVMA publications. That’s followed by reports of a spectacular exhibition of medieval art, including stained glass, in Paris; a huge grant for the conservation of York Minster’s Great East window, the largest single expanse of medieval glass in the world; the reopening of Strawberry Hill to the public; a superb exhibition at Canterbury Cathedral of some of the earliest glass in England; details of interesting new websites plus, of course, our always popular Name that Roundel puzzle and the not-to-be missed Diary of events.

Our Panel of the Month focuses on a rare seventeenth-century armorial surrounded by quarries showing soldiers practising drill, from Poole Hall, in Cheshire: just one of the many treasures to be enjoyed in the newly published Medieval Stained Glass of Cheshire.

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