Windows shot by vandals at Somerset Church

Parishioners at a church in Somerset face bills running into thousands of pounds to repair stained glass windows which have been damaged by vandals. Air rifles have been used to target five windows at church in Crewkerne.

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Church faces huge bill after windows vandalised

Parishioners at a church in Somerset face bills running into thousands of pounds to repair stained glass windows damaged by vandals.

Air rifles are thought to have been used to target five windows at the 15th century St Bartholomew's church in Crewkerne. The worst damage was caused to a window that shows a scene of Christ and his disciples. Richard Payne reports.

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Vandals shoot church windows with air rifle

One of the window's targeted by vandals Credit: ITV News West Country

Parishioners at a church in Somerset face bills running into thousands of pounds to repair stained glass windows which have been damaged by vandals.

Air rifles have been used to target five windows at the 15th century church in Crewkerne. Each one will cost thousands of pounds to repair.

Five windows were targeted at the 15th century church Credit: ITV News West Country

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