The design celebrates and commemorates the first 50 years of Chippenham Museum.
The new stained glass panel is intended as a positive statement about Chippenham as a town.
A town on the “up”, one with a great future, symbolized by the rising sun held within Brunel's viaduct, spreading its golden rays.
At the head of the design is the town coat of arms taken from the stone coat of arms above the entrance to the former cheese market.
Below the viaduct arches are the circular shapes of a Saxon shield wall which reference King Alfred's momentous time in Chippenham.
Three prominent buildings – the Yeld Hall, St. Andrew's Church and the Butter Cross fill the spaces underneath the shields and they sit above the River Avon and the road bridge with its wavy-arched railings.
Location: Chippenham Museum, Chippenham, Wiltshire