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The east window was donated by the then owner of Norton Priory. Capt. Winfield dedicated the window to his brother and also his friend, both of whom died in the First World War. There is a nice depiction of St Wilfrid in the top tracery.
Three of the single lancet windows with stained glass are shown below. The first celebrates the nature reserve at Pagham Harbour, which was dedicated in 1982 by the widow of Reginald Charles Chaplin who died in 1979. It was executed by M. C. Farrar Bell.
The next shows panels with nurses aiding soldiers in Canada (top), helping the victims of the Blitz (centre) and at work in Egypt (bottom). It is called the Buxton-Knight window. The final window is dedicated to Sir Moir Mackenzie and depicts the shipwreck of St Wilfrid, the feeding of the five thousand and lastly teaching people of Selsey how to fish.
There is another window (not photographed), dedicated to a local doctor, Robert Yelf, who died in 1934. It is executed in bright yellows and blues and depicts St Wilfrid & St Luke.
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