Mushroom Lighting Technology illuminates their local church in support of the NHS

Following a recent lighting up in blue for a residential road in Holcot Northants, in honour of the Nurses, Doctors and medical staff, Paul Butler of Northampton based Mushroom Lighting Technology muted the idea of lighting the pretty Grade II listed 13th Century Anglican Church in Holcot, Northamptonshire as a salute to the NHS. Following consultations with the Church warden, James Bonsor, an overall lighting concept was discussed, which included lighting the church from the ground and roof, including a giant projected Gobo for the NHS. The entrance porch was separately lit internally and from the roof too. The church lights were left on to show off the particularly fine stained glass windows, which many Parishioners had never seen as the church only has occasional night services.
The evening turnout was suitably socially distanced, and many people enjoyed seeing their church in a new light. Paul utilised high power rainbow battens for the tower and 18 50 watt rub Led Floods for the rest of the building. The Gobo projection utilised a TecLumen 160 Watt Zoom Spot, all from Mushroom Lighting Technologies latest rental stock. The evening was pronounced an outstanding success by the Church warden, and the Chairman of the Parish Council.

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