St. Saviour's Road Church, Leicester: stained glass windows

Pictured here are light box recreations of the three stained-glass memorial windows which were located at the church: sadly, the original windows were lost to vandalism some years ago. Our light boxes are now the  only way to view the windows in anything like their intended, original state.

The windows commemorate the lives of three soldiers killed in the First World War, namely;

1 - Lt. Frank Percy Haines, 8th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment;

2 - 2nd Lt. Harvey Priestman Flint MC, 9th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment;  and

3 - Cpl Bertrand Hatton West; King's Royal Rifle Corps

Leicester City & County At Risk War Memorials Project

Leicester City, County & Rutland "At Risk" War Memorials Project is a company limited by guarantee and incorporated in England under company registration number 08176202. The address of the company's registered office is The Chancel, rear of All Saints' Church, Highcross Street, Leicester LE1 4PH. Registered as a charity for tax purposes with HMRC.

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