St Michael


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Key to Windows

West window (Window 1)

This is the largest window in the church. It has two pairs of tall lights with trefoil heads which project into the arch. A small trefoil is set over each pair filling the lower arches. Set centrally over these is a roundel filled with three more small trefoils and three very small circular lights. Either side the main roundel and set slightly lower are two more small roundels. All the glass in this window is clear and is set in lead within a lozenge pattern.

Windows 2-3-4 (north wall), 10-11-12-13 (south wall)

These seven windows which line the nave are all of the same design. Each has a pair of pointed lights with a trefoil over, which fills the arch. Glazing is clear glass set in lead forming in lozenge pattern enclosed by a narrow border.

Windows 5 and 9 (north and south walls of chancel)

Single quatrefoil headed lights with a small trefoil in the apex of the arch. The glazing is as above.

Windows 6 and 8 (north-east and south east walls of sanctuary)

The style of these windows is as numbers 5 and 9 above. They vary in that they each incorporate a stylized angel playing a wind instrument set in the upper third of the light. The lights do not bear a maker's name but a brass plaque below on the sill of window 8 records that they were installed in 1965 in memory of Ralph William Rose. (The full inscription is listed under Monuments and Memorials).

Window 7 (east wall of sanctuary)

This is a stained glass light of the same design as windows 5-6-8-9. The depiction of St Michael with lance and sword fills most of the light. The mark of the Nottingham maker Pope and Parr is easily recognized in the lower right corner.