It's always upsetting to see stained glass needlessly broken, but to hear of the circumstances of the breaksage was very upsetting.
"The vandals got into the building on St David's Day by smashing a leaded stained glass window with a vase taken from one of the graves in the churchyard. They then gained access to the rest of the Chapel through the boiler room.
Once inside, the vandals made their way to the minister's vestry where they set fire to a table, bookshelves and cupboards containing personal items, hymn books and bibles." wrote Haylety Dixon from The Telegraph.
Our work was to mend the broken window - but also to use the Chapel's candle emblem within it so that the window would be a symbol good triumphing over bad.