Adel Church remains one of the best examples of Norman architecture in the country. The Grade I listed building was built in the 12th century and very little has been changed since. It features classically Medieval architecture throughout, from the intricately carved doorway to the chancel arch of 37 grotesque beak-heads. The church is opened up by a range of wonderful stained glass windows, in particular the large Amorial window on the east side of the vestry, dating back to around 1680.

The austere nave is lit by our five-light pendants and three-light wall brackets, both supplied in mild steel and customised to feature cross cut-outs. Edison screw bulbs sit within glass opal tear-drop shades to complete the picture.


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