04:58AM, Friday 09 August 2013
Children visiting Windsor Museum on Tuesday spent a lot of time gazing out of windows - but it did not mean they were not paying attention.
The 30 youngsters who came along were invited to make their own versions of the beautiful stained glass windows in the historic Guildhall, where the museum is based.
They had black card, cellophane and glitter to work with and came up with some beautiful results.
The event was organised by museum assistant Amelia Evans.
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