Conservation project update: Thomas Jervais window reinstated in Agher Church
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Thomas Jevais window being reinstalled by the York Glaziers Trust (photo: Nick Bradshaw)
IGS Board member Johnnie McCoy, IGS Executive Director Donough Cahill, conservator Emma Newman (York Glaziers Trust), Reverend Janice Aiton, IGS Board member Primrose Wilson and local historian Noel French
The Thomas Jervais window in situ at Agher Church, Co. Meath
Thomas Jervais window in situ at Agher Church
On Sunday 21st August, a Songs of Praise afternoon was held at Agher Church to commemorate the reinstatement of the Thomas Jervais window there. York Glaziers Trust reinstalled the window at Agher last week (15-19th August), with the Irish conservator and YGT trainee Emma Newman.
This project was funded through grants and donations from The Heritage Council, Department of Arts Heritage & the Gaeltacht through the Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2016, The Primrose Trust, IGS London Chapter, IGS New York Chapter, IGS Chicago Chapter, Orla Coleman (IGS New York), Mary Lynn Cooney (IGS Chicago), Thomas Cooney (IGS Chicago), Arthur Wellesley, 9th Duke of Wellington, Select Vestry of Rathmoylan Union of Parishes and Meath County Council.
Project champion and co-ordinator was Deirdre McDermott (conservation architect, planner, urbanist and IGS volunteer) to whom the Irish Georgian Society is most grateful.
Read about the progress of this project:
Restoration of Thomas Jervais window, Agher Church
Conservation project update: Thomas Jervais window removed for conservation work
Conservation project update: Thomas Jervais Window in York Glaziers Trust Studio