This page provides a virtual tour around the church’s stained glass. Much of the original victorian stained glass at St Peter’s was destroyed during the second war by bomb blasts. However, the principal windows were restored or replaced in the 1950s and much fine work remains from the original Victorian period and from the early 20th Century.

The tour starts from the oldest windows and works in an anti-clockwise direction around the church.

If you have any observations or questions about the stained glass windows at St Peter’s we should be very happy to hear from you. Some of our records are patchy, and so if you recognise a style – please let us know.

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