Welcome to the Stained Glass Centre, situated between the Yorkshire coastal resorts of Scarborough and Filey.
In 1884 William Lazenby opened the Bradford Stained Glass Works. His skills were passed on to his sons, grandsons and his great granddaughter, Valerie Green and now Valeries daughter Rebecca and her Daughter in Law Emma carry on the art and craft of stained glass and fused glass at the Stained Glass Centre in Yorkshire.
Have you ever Gazed at the stained glass windows in our great Cathedrals and churches and wondered how they were made?
The exhibition of Stained Glass in the teaching studio charts the history of the art and craft from medieval times to the present day. The stages of making a stained glass window are explained. You can also watch a DVD showing Lampshades and windows been made by the team at the Stained Glass Centre.
Classes are run in our studio and you are more than welcome to stay and watch. Better still why not book on one of our many courses yourself?
Tearoom and gardens
Afternoon teas and home made cakes are just some of the delicious treats on offer, with a menu of freshly-prepared food and hot daily specials. On a warm day why not sit outside and take in our beautiful surroundings.