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New windows have been fitted at Brampton Methodist Church. The work, costing about £2,500, was funded with an interest-free loan from the Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust to enable the church to be fitted with double-glazing. The previous glass went

New windows have been fitted at Brampton Methodist Church.

The work, costing about £2,500, was funded with an interest-free loan from the Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust to enable the church to be fitted with double-glazing. The previous glass went in when the church was built in 1889.

All eight windows are now double-glazed and the church is fund-raising to repay the loan.Pictures: MAUREEN WIGLEY

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