South East Wales

Appeal fund for Cardiff WW1 memorial window restoration

WW1 memorial window at St Paul's Church in Grangetown Image copyright The Church in Wales
Image caption Rev David Morris said work must be carried out to ensure the window does not deteriorate

An appeal has been launched to raise money to refurbish one of the largest stained-glass windows in Wales honouring casualties from World War One.

The 1920s window at St Paul's Church in Grangetown, Cardiff, depicts air, sea and land battles alongside religious images and trench scenes.

The church says the masonry around the window must be replaced.

Repairs could cost tens of thousands of pounds.

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