The windows in the former St  Luke’s Chapel have recently been uncovered in preparation for renovation work as part of the building’s conversion to four luxury homes. The stained-glass window shown above is the central one of three at the east end of the chapel, and was installed around 1920 in memory of the staff who gave their lives in the First World War. Its dedication reads: To the Glory of God and in honour of Capt N J H Gavin, MC, MB, OM, Sgt A Topham, Cpl W F Brandram, Pts A Austin, F Fowler, W E Reed, A Titmus. Members of the staff who fell in the Great War 1914–1918.

We plan to bring you regular glimpses inside this listed building as the renovation and conversion work progresses. If you’re on Instagram, you can also follow @stlukesfairfield to see more pictures and videos of the work as it happens.