Market Harborough
U3A Millennium Tapestry

The Parish Church, dedicated to St. Dionysius, has dominated the town centre since its steeple, said to be one of the finest broach spires in England, was built in grey Weldon stone in the early 14th century. The rest of the church was rebuilt in ironstone in the later perpendicular style in the 15th century. Unusually the church has no graveyard; this is because it was built as a 'chapel of ease' of St. Mary-in-Arden, itself a daughter church of Great Bowden.

The Combined Window - To the left of the Church is a window with symbols representing other churches.
From bottom to top: St Hughs' Church, Our Lady of Victories Roman
Catholic Church,the Methodist Church, the Evangelical Churches and the Baptist Church.


Title Embroiderer Designer
St. Dionysius &Combined Window  Pat Deshruslais Marjorie Clements