The Birchcliffe Centre's largest and most intricate stained glass window has recently been restored by talented local artist Karl Percival. Be among the first to see the stunning restored window, and hear from Karl about the stained glass restoration process.
When: 2pm, Monday 27th November (doors open 1:30)
Where: The Birchcliffe Centre, Birchcliffe Road, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8DG
Ever wondered how the complex images in stained glass are created?
Or how they maintain their vibrant colours and detail through the centuries?
Now is your chance to find out!
Built as a Baptist Chapel in 1898, the Birchcliffe Centre is home to several stained glass windows. The largest window, depicting a Biblical scene of John the Baptist, was once the centrepiece of the chapel, but became dirty and broken when the chapel fell out of use in the 1970s. Now, thanks to a generous donation from a member of the public, the window has been restored to its former glory. All proceeds from this event will go towards the restoration of another stained glass window at the Birchcliffe Centre.
Our car park is accessed from Birchcliffe Road, with the turning slightly up-hill of the Birchcliffe Centre. We are on the 595 bus route from Hebden Bridge Train Station, towards Pecket Well. We are a 5-minute up-hill walk from the centre of Hebden Bridge.
Please note this event will be held on our Mezzanine, which can only be accessed by stairs. Please get in touch with any other accessibility needs and we will do our best to accommodate them.