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History of the Saxon Church of St Peter Wooton Wawen, Warwickshire,  England
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ST PETER'S:
A SAXON CHURCH IN WOOTTON WAWEN PART IV:
PICTURE GALLERY


The window here dates from the early 14th century. The stained glass, however, is Victorian and dipicts Jesus blessing the children.

St Peter's Wootton Wawen stained glass window
   
St Peter's Wootton Wawen Squint


Concealed behind the small wooden doors is a carved squint in the 13th century wall. This aperture allowed a view of the altar from the Lady Chapel

   

The perpendicular style west window is known as the "Te Deum" window as it depicts the words of the Te Deum Laudamus. The stained glass dates from 1905 and was a gift from H. H. Smith-Carrington.

St Peter's Wootton Wawen stained glass west window
   
St Peter's Wootton Wawen the nave

The Nave and two parclose screens dedicated to the Holy Cross and St Gregory.

 


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