The West Tower ,

at The Assumption of BVM at Harlton

 

The middle light of the East Window of the 3 Mary's, showing

Mary & a young Jesus

at St Mary, Comberton

The Saxon Western Tower

at St John the Baptist, Barnack

One of the

Ten Commandment Boards

at St Lawrence, Diddington

The Spire depicted in a Victorian painting above and as it is today below at St James, Waresley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St John

by Ward & Hughes 1893

 

Sign of the Zodiac in the stained glass window by Philip Webb

 

 

 

Bodley Fabric with monogram of All Saints

 

 

All Saints Interiors

 

 

All Saints Interiors

 

 

 

Rector placing the weather vein on top of

All Saints, Jesus Lane

 

 

The various

Kempe makers marks

 

 

Kempe window

wheatsheaf 1891

Kempe window

wheatsheaf 1891 (enlarged)

 

 

Kempe window

wheatsheaf 1905

 

 

 

Kempe window

wheatsheaf and

Walter Tower 1923

Kempe window

wheatsheaf at

St Mary Magdalene, Tortington, West Sussex

 

Pelican in its Piety

at St Botolph's, Cambridge

 

Pelican in its Piety

at Gloucester Cathedral

Kempe Window at

St Botolph's, Cambridge

Photograph Gallery

Below are some photographs from a selection of our highly successful summer Church Tours over recent years, to see the current church tours click here

If you click the name of the church we visited you will be rerouted to find some extra information and photographs about each church.  We hope you find this page enjoyable and useful.

We have visited All Saints, Haslingfield, The Assumption of the BVM, Harlton & St Mary, Comberton

We have visited St James, Waresley, St Peter & St Paul, Lt Gransden & St Bartholomew, Gt Gransden

We have visited St John the Baptist, Barnack, St Andrew, Ufford & St Mary, Bainton

We have visited St Mary's, Stow Cum Quy, St Mary's, Swaffham Bulbeck and Holy Trinity, Bottisham

We have visited St George's, Littleport, we also visited St Martin's, Witcham and St Andrew's, Sutton

One of the Trust's long serving members has compiled a list of all the churches that the CHCT has visited since 1984.  It makes an interesting read to read it please click here

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friends of All Saints,

Jesus Lane, Cambridge

Temporary Noticeboard

 

On Wednesday 16th November 2011

At the Prioress' Room, Jesus College

(by kind permission of the Master)

Members and their guests are invited to

Beetles, bats and vandals: the dangerous life of paintings in churches

an illustrate talk given by our conservator

Sally Woodcock

The talk will start at 6.30pm.

Drinks will be available in the Masters Lodge from 6pm

Everyone is asked to pay an inclusive price of £5

Parking is available in Jesus College

using the Victoria Avenue entrance

Since there are no costs incurred for the Friends during these evenings, all money received

will be to the benefit of the Church.

Any queries about this evening should be addressed to

Andrew Westwood-Bate

(a.westwoodbate@btinternet.com) 0787 5469538

For more details email the FoAS Treasurer

For directions to All Saints, please click here

The Friends have been working very hard to help raise the money to have this beautiful painting below conserved.

 

Chancel arch painting by Barnett Mclean Leach

Charles Eamer Kempe's famous Peacock feathers

Charles Eamer Kempe Window 1905

A Collage of images of All Saints Wall Paintings

Other Bodley & Friends work around Cambridge

William Morris Glass at Jesus College Chapel installed between 1873-1878

History of

Jesus College Chapel

Bodley's Court at

Kings College

completed in 1893

History of Kings College

Christs College Library 1838

The Old Library, which is an extension by G.F. Bodley in 1897 of the original sixteenth century College Library

 

 

 

All Saints, Jesus Lane, Cambridge Temporary Noticeboard

 

The Fryer Monument 1631 at

The Assumption of BVM at Harlton

The Revd Mackenzie on his mission to help abolish slavery

at All Saints, Haslingfield

 

 


The tower at

St Bartholomew, Great Gransden

At St James, Waresley, a new church was built in 1857, it holds some fine examples of the architect, William Butterfield's work, including the

"Structural Polychromy" decoration

in the chancel of contrasting red, green and yellow tiles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All Saints, Jesus Lane

 

 

Ward and Hughes stained glass window 1893

 

All Saints Interiors

George Frederick Bodley

 

Douglas Strachan 1944

Billy Hames model for above window

 

William Morris

 

 

A Young William Morris

 

William Morris

East Window

self portrait

 

 

 

Original Gas lighting

 

 

 

Altar with Bodley fabrics

 

 

 

All Saints, Jesus Lane

 

 

Pulpit painted by

Wyndam Hope Hughes

 

Kempe East Window at

Little St Mary's, Cambridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
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