Wiffen, Trevor

Trevor Wiffen and Salisbury Cathedral Stained Glass, 47 Squadron window (2007), Church of St Michael & All Angels, Lyneham, Wiltshire.
Photo: Peter Hildebrand

Trevor Wiffen started out working as an apprentice carpenter / joiner but then went to art school and moved on to stained glass, later joining Salisbury Cathedral Stained Glass. Wiffen used his woodworking skill in 1973 to made a horse for his children using scrap wood from the carpenter’s workshop at the Cathedral. A business developed and Trevor’s iconic style took rocking horses in a new direction.

Source: Old Rocking Horses website

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