Diamond Jubilee: Stained glass window unveiled in Gloucestershire church

Stained glass window featuring flowers
Image caption The window, featuring the four flowers of the UK, will be unveiled in a service on Sunday

A stained glass window to honour the Queen's Diamond Jubilee has been installed in a Gloucestershire church.

The glass will be unveiled later in a service at Little Barrington church in the Cotswolds.

It features images of the four flowers of the UK - a rose, a daffodil, a thistle and a shamrock.

The window was made by Bettina Copperman of Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass studio and was paid for by donations from locals.

The Reverend David Ackerman said: "It will be seen by generations to come as a tribute to the reign of Her Majesty the Queen as well as an impressive addition to an historic church."

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