|This window in the North aisle represents the Crucifixion with the figures of the Virgin Mother and St. John.
There are many beautiful stained glass windows around the church. In the South aisle is a window representing the Resurrection and Ascension, in memory of Henry Charles Hoare, and the window showing St. Agnes and St. Katherine is in memory of Laura Isabella Hoare.
There are traces of 15th century glass in the N.W. window in the North aisle and in the trancery of the S.W window in the South aisle is the head of a 15th Century saint.
The window on the East wall represents Our Lord seated with St Peter and St Paul each side of him. The four Evangelists are beneath him.
The two windows in the Chancel represent the Annunciation and the Adoration of the Magi.