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  • Date and time: Saturday 1 June 2024, 4pm to 5pm
  • Location: In-person only
    Holy Trinity Church, Goodramgate (Map)
  • Admission: Free, but donations to preserve the East Window are welcome, booking required

Event details

Medieval stained glass was a sophisticated medium, capable of conveying a variety of meanings. Historian Pat Cullum builds on older and new interpretations of the East Window of Holy Trinity, Goodramgate to consider its devotional, communal and commemorative purposes.

Find out more about the marvellous stained glass donated in the early 1470s by the Reverend John Walker, rector of the church.  

Wheelchair accessible except for the Sunken Chapel. Please note that the floors are uneven and the lighting levels are low.

You may also be interested in ‘Discovering York's Historic Churches’ on Saturday 1 June at 11am at Holy Trinity Church, Goodramgate.

Find out more about Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, one of 357 churches cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust.

Photo credit: Mick Seale

About the speaker

Dr Pat Cullum studied at the University of York before a career teaching medieval history and researching late medieval gender, piety and the church, latterly at the University of Huddersfield. She is now a Senior Volunteer at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate.


Churches Conservation Trust