Whilst we continue to set up the complex scaffolding system for the roof restoration around the Wilkin’s Building at King’s College, Cambridge, inside this historic space, built in 1838, the meticulous restoration work has already started.

Specialising in the conservation and restoration of stained glass, Holy Well Glass are removing 15 individual panes from various windows in this stunning Grade 1 listed dining hall, a prestigious space used for events and ceremonies. The photo shows the very first window being carefully removed, which will then be taken back to their workshop to be cleaned and returned later in the year.

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