St Giles Church, Colby Stained Glass

Church basically of the late 13th or early 14th century, now represented by base of tower, walls and sedilia. Raised in height, given new windows and ornate porch in late 15th century. North aisle and chapel demolished and replaced by brickwork, east wall rebuilt, in late 18th century. Roof of 1890. Contains important reredos said to be from Gunton, and reset stained glass.

plan of church

Seven panels of 15th century fragments in main lights with more figures in the tracery. All medieval glass in goof condition and good quality

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east window