For this church:
There are four stained glass windows in the church, the other windows being of plain glass with a thin yellow border.
Clockwise from the East Window:
1The east window is a memorial to the Victorian vicar, Thomas Woollen Smith, and his wife. It shows a typical crucifixion scene with St Mary on the left and St John on the right. The window presumably dates from around 1905. Its maker is not known.
The dedication in the lower right-hand corner reads:
2The Millennium Window was designed by Sheila Wood, a local watercolour artist, and built by Michael Stokes of MDS Stained Glass. It shows fishes being caught in a fishing net below the light of a candle repesenting the light of Christ.
A plaque below reads:
It is said that Elsie’s surname is not given in the dedication because the family disapproved of the man she had married.
4In the North West corner is The William Lee Window, commemorating the inventor of the Stocking Frame, which revolutionised the making of stockings and other hosiery fabrics. One story says he was inspired to invent the frame because his girl-friend insisted on knitting while he tried to talk of his love for her. Also by Michael Stokes.