The man behind one of the world's most iconic sports cars is to be immortalised in stained glass.
Peter Morgan was managing director, then chairman, of The Morgan Motor Company until his death in 2003 aged 83. Since then, fans of the cars have been raising money to create a lasting tribute.
The stained glass window will be installed in the east window of the porch at St Peter & St Paul Church in the village of Stoke Lacy, Herefordshire.
Stoke Lacy is about 15 miles from the Morgan factory at Malvern Link in Worcestershire, where the distinctive cars are still produced.
Church warden John Caiger said the Morgan family had a long association with the church.
The window, designed and installed by artist Susan Ashworth, features three interlocking circles: one shows an image of Peter Morgan, another a Morgan car and the third the factory.