This glass mural featuring the black metal silhouettes of a miner and stag, gave Lea Hall Social Club a landmark entrance. The piece created by glass artist Jaqueline Cooley, very much involved its users and committee members in its design.

This creative journey involved community workshops where local residents created their own glass artworks to visiting the artists studio, where they applied enamels onto sheet glass and kiln fired to achieve its colourful background.

The project was part of a wider initiative working in partnership with Cannock Chase Council Arts Development Service, Staffordshire County Council Arts Service and was inspired by a Craftspace Touring contemporary craft exhibition being housed in their facility. The entrance feature was unveiled in December 2007, and still has a strong presence to this day.

The mural is very accessible and can be viewed all year round.