Amblecote Church & Churchyard (and a bit of Canal)

Date & Time: 2pm Saturday 25 August
Start: 
 Ruskin Centre  
End:  Ruskin Centre  
Guide:  Nick Baker
Price:  £3.50 Adults and £1.00 children 

CLICK TO BOOK

Standing right on the old county boundary, Holy Trinity Amblecote illustrates the fact that historically most glass manufacturing was actually carried out in the border parishes of Staffordshire and not in Stourbridge which was in Worcestershire. The church and churchyard contain a wide range of monuments to those involved in a variety of interlinked Amblecote  trades including glassmaking, brick making and iron founding. It also possesses the area’s oldest major stained glass from the 1850’s alongside some innovative early fused glass from the 1960s.




Photos courtesy of S Bruntnell, P Dutton, C Day, K Brocklehurst, J Christley, M Holm, M Durran, P Wood, J Plant, J Smith, Glass Genie, KT Yun, D McNeill, J Coakley,  J Elliott, S Snaddon, I Dury.
J Low, J Newman, V Bamforth, N Baker.
© Copyright - International Festival Of Glass 2014

                                                                                                                                                                          Web Design & Web development: Born Communication