St. Mary's Church, Halton


Several windows have been subject to vandalism in recent years at St Mary’s Church. 

Painted aisle and porch diamond lights were smashed as the previous inadequate 4mm polycarbonate was bent back and the fixings destroyed. 

The broken panes were re-painted and the lights re-built.  They were glazed using natural hydraulic lime and crushed stone mortar, before new 8mm polycarbonate protection was fitted using stainless steel fixings.

Three Stained Glass panels to the main West Window were badly damaged when stones were thrown through the inappropriate Georgian Wired glass that had been used to protect them.