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"Give Light" Competition Features Pane by Jo Rowling, Stephen Fry

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Posted by: Melissa
August 20, 2008, 02:57 PM

St. Martin-in-the-Fields, a church currently undergoing a more-than $70-million project to restore the London landmark; to help raise funds, several important British figures, including J.K. Rowling and Stephen Fry, have donated panes of glass that they have decorated themselves. J.K. Rowling’s, which is signed and decorated with a snitch, may be seen in hi-res in our gallery here.

The church is hosting a contest, the “Give Light” competition; each entry is £10. You may choose to enter for J.K. Rowling’s signed plate. Do so by going to this link. The contest ends on August 31.

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