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The south wall.
This small panel of 14th century glass is in the most westerly of the windows in the south aisle. It was put together from pieces recovered after the church windows were destroyed by a parachute bomb in 1940. The figure depicts St Catherine.
From a design perspective, this is my favourite window in the church. I love the colour scheme.
The east window depicts the Te Deum. There is a small monk in a habit at the bottom right of the rightmost light, a sign that the manufacturer is the Powell family of Whitefriars, England.
The North Wall has two small crests in otherwise windows glazed with clear glass.
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