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Memorial exception made for ‘son of the village’

by Shiranikha Herbert, Legal Correspondent

Posted: 17 Feb 2017 @ 12:05

THE Consistory Court of the diocese of Blackburn has made an exception to the general principle that living donors should not be commemorated in stained glass or other church artworks. A faculty was granted for an inscription to be added, giving the name and other details of the donor of a new stained-glass window in St John the Evangelist, Read-in-Whalley, in the archdeaconry of Blackburn — a Grade II listed church that was built between 1884 and 1885.

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