The next window is in the eastern wall of the southern aisle. The window cill slopes towards the nave, perhaps caused by subsidence in the past. The stone window mouldings have been fitted to the distorted space, suggesting that the window has been repaired or restores since the movement. According to the church guide, the glass is by Mayer (1883) - I particularly like the angels in the tracery.
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