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ALL APRIL AND MAY EVENTS CANCELLED
STEVENS COMPETITION – REVISED TIMETABLE

CORVID-19 Government Advice & Risk Assessment: Like many organisations, the Glaziers’ Company is now postponing a range of meetings and events for the time being but we will still post updates and news here on our website and on Social Media. Some of our work is carrying on, especially via our charity, where it is feasible so to do. Please check in here regularly for updates and more detailed information. Our Clerk is contactable by email. We hope that all our Members, Friends and Supporters stay well and healthy.

Stevens 2020 Competition Important Announcement

In the light of the increasing restrictions on meetings and movement of goods in both the UK and mainland Europe due to the spread of the Covid-19 virus, it has become necessary to postpone the programme for the 2020 Stevens Competition.  As a consequence, entries will no longer be required by 1700 hours on Thursday 16th April 2020. Please do not send your entries to Glaziers’ Hall until we provide further instructions. I am in discussions with the Judges, the Glaziers’ Company and Morden College to establish a new programme. I anticipate that the submission date will move to June or July 2020.  Clearly, we will seek to minimise the delay in order to still allow the commissioned panel to be available to the College for the opening of the John Morden Centre at Easter 2021. I shall inform you as quickly as possible of the revised submission date.  I would also ask you to monitor this website for information on the changing situation.
Brian Green
Organiser, Stevens 2020 Competition


The Glaziers’ Company is one of the ancient Livery Companies of the City of London. It dates from the 14th century (click here for a brief history). Today its members play a full role in the civic life of the City of London and enjoy valuable networking and social opportunities.

Through its charity, The Glaziers Foundation, it supports education and conservation, and all its activities are devoted to promoting the art and craft of stained glass.


Use this website to find out about:

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Membership of the Company

Applying for a grant to conserve a stained glass window

The competitions and awards available to glass artists

Grants towards continuing professional development for professional glass artists and conservators

The way we rescue stained glass under threat and find new homes for it

The senior officers and staff of the Company (Master, Wardens and Clerk)

 Our home – Glaziers’ Hall

Company Events

How to contact us

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