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Grimshaw, nee Neuberger, was born in 1945 and brought up in London. She married John Grimshaw in Africa. Then they settled down in Clifton, Bristol, in a commune-style five-story Georgian town-house. After having their fourth child, John told her he had quit his full-time job to found Cyclebag (now Sustrans), a cycling charity.
Grimshaw trained in the stained glass studio of Joseph Bell and Son in Bristol, founded in the Victorian Gothic Revival. Her art attracted a lot of interest.
Her Parkinsons was getting worse, so the family opened a workshop inside her house. Her masterpiece though was winning the completion to design the Six Days of Creation in the refectory in Chester Cathedral. There was a book about it.
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- Six Days: The Story of the Making of the Chester Cathedral Creation Window, Aug 2003, ISBN 978-1901970333
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