About Us

We are proud to be associated with and specialise in traditional glass here in Sussex. We are unlike so many other companies because we concentrate and specialise solely on Traditional Leaded Lights and refurbishing steel windows whereas other companies diversify into so many other areas they seem unable to concentrate on giving the same excellent service.

We have produced here in Horsham, traditional leaded Lights and Stained Glass since 1972

Cliff and Simon Durant

Our Team

Sussex Leaded Lights is a father and son team, Cliff and Simon Durant. We have never subcontracted our work out and all works are completed in-house

Cliff Durant
Cliff created this business back in 1972. Born in Horsham West Sussex and studied at a London Stained Glass Studio and West Dean College under the expertise of the Intaglio Engraver Peter Dreiser. Cliff has been awarded personal accreditation as a Glass Conservator by the I.O.C and has produced many commissions throughout the South of England and London.

Simon Durant
Simon studied glass with his father, Cliff from an early age. He won Craftsman of the Year for Stained Glass at Ardingly and attained his first commission in 1995 for the House of Commons. Before leaving school Simon then went on to produce various commissions for St John’s Church - Broadbridge Heath, Dr Julian Litten and various schools. Simon also studied at a famous London Studio and became a partner in this business in 2000.

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  • Testimonials

    We just wanted you to know how much we love our windows. They are absolutely what we wanted and couldn't be more perfect.

    Carol and Roo Arno, Eastbourne

    Thank you so much for creating such a lovely window. My husband is thrilled with it and it was a complete suprise which made it perfect!

    Vickey Story, Horsham

    We are so pleased with the windows - they are great!

    Ifield Quaker House, Crawley

    Thank you for the care with which this work was handled, and for the skill and craftsmenship that went into producing a very satisfactory restoration.

    Alan Watson, Liphook