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Stained Glass

The church windows have had stained glass added in stages during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, commemorating various members of the Wright family.  Perhaps of more interest are some fragments of older stained glass which earn the church a place in Dr P Hebgin-Barnes' book, "The Mediaeval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire", the relevant page of which is attached below.

These photographs of the windows are courtesy of Gordon Plumb: https://www.flickr.com/people/22274117@N08/.

West window

West window centre top


 Left top           West Window          Right top


Left middle                                        Centre middle                                        Right middle
West window


Bottom left                                        Bottom centre                                        Bottom right
West window










                   
North east                         East                         South east








       South chancel


South nave

                  


          




             
      



        




  


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