The East Window was pit in by Mr & Mrs Robert Hurst in memory of their eldest son Robert Breynton Greenaway Hurst and represents St Peter and St Paul.
The two windows below, in the south wall of the chancel, were designed by Mr. Eden the architect and paid for by Lt Colonel and Mrs. Hurst in 1940 in memory of Charles and Charlotte Sophia Greenaway, and Lt. Colonel Hurst's parents, Robert and Mathilda Hurst of Barrington Grove and Horsham Park, Sussex. Included in the windows are the Arms of Llanthony Abbey and the Knights Templar who owned land in Little Barrington. Sadly the strong sunshine has not improved the photographs!
This rather pleasant geometrical design is in the north window of the chancel.
This medallion depicting the Crucifixion was inserted into the south window of the nave by a former vicar, Rev. R. Rice.
Ancient glass in the east window of the north aisle.
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