Dudley's Churchill mural: Restoration campaign


A campaign has been started to restore a huge glass memorial to Winston Churchill in Dudley town centre.

The tribute to the former prime minister, originally unveiled in 1969, is made of 17 stained glass panels.

It was taken down in the early 1990s after being damaged by weather and vandalism.

The glass panels on the memorial, designed by artist Edward Bainbridge Copnall, have been stored at Himley Hall ever since they were taken down.

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