Case Studies - St. Mary's Church

In 2002, thieves broke in through a window of St Mary's Church in Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk and robbed the church of a huge Victorian eagle and ball lectern. The parishioners were so devastated that they formed a Lectern Committee to discuss ways of replacing the unique piece, but with no funds available they secured a temporary replacement whilst they set about fundraising.

The old lectern whilst impressive had never complemented the perpendicular architecture and a decision was made to seek a new design rather than commissioning a replica. It soon became apparent that they would need to look further a field...

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