N&C Glass Supplies Grounds of Winchester Cathedral

N&C Glass Supplies Grounds of Winchester Cathedral
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Nicholls & Clarke Glass supplied our Eco-Lite Slim™ sealed units to ‘The Deanery’, found within the surrounding grounds of Winchester Cathedral.

The Deanery is a Grade I listed building that is easily recognised by its 13th Century vaulted porch and pointed arches.

It was once the medieval prior’s lodgings which were substantially rebuilt in the 17th century, but where its fine prior’s hall (once the great chamber) still retains its magnificent timber roof dating back from 1459.

Product Manager, Mark Willis stated “it’s great to see our products being chosen and installed within world famous sites such as Winchester Cathedral, our wide range of glass and glazing solutions offers us the ability to be part of some great Heritage projects.

Established in 1875, N&C Glass have been supplying quality products to the glass industry for over a century. 

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