Stained glass of St Peter & St Paul East Harling Norfolk

Although there has been a church at East Harling since the 11th century it was largely rebuilt during the 15th century.  The beautiful building we see today contains many medieval treasures not least of which is its East Window described by David King as: “The most important collection of 15th century glass by Norwich glass painters outside that city.”

Additionally, although, difficult to see with the naked eye, the tracery lights in the north clerestory of the nave depict demi figures of angels issuing from red, blue & purple clouds. These have been magnified below which enables us to see the exquisite details which exemplify both the skill of the 15th century craftsmen and the beauty of their subjects

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plan of church
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Click the numbered roundels above to see the angels