Medieval stained glass from old Coventry cathedral to be restored

Coventry Cathdral Stained GlassFundraising to help preserve the ruins of the old cathedral in Coventry has reached £250,000.

This will fund the cleaning and analysis of the medieval stained glass, with work starting in the summer at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum.

It was taken out of the cathedral before World War II and has been stored in the crypts.

The cathedral is on the World Monuments Fund 2012 Watch List and £410,000 is still needed to fund restoration work.



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