A dedication service is being held today for a new stained glass window at Hexham Abbey.
The three section window cost £60,000 and has been paid for from a legacy from Hexham couple Geoffrey and Marjorie Tyrrell who died within a short time of one another in 2010 in their 80s.
The Tyrrell window is the first new stained glass to be installed at the Abbey since 1972.
A new stained glass window at Hexham Abbey has been designed to be seen by worshippers and visitors for centuries. The window was funded by the £60,000 legacy of two members of the congregation, Geoffrey and Marjorie Tyrell, who both died in 2010.
A specially-commissioned stained glass window is being installed at Hexham Abbey after it was left a £60,000 legacy. The money was given by Geoffrey and Marjorie Tyrell, who had been associated with the abbey for many years before their deaths in 2010.