Stained Glass of St Michael's Church, Stratton St Michael, Norfolk

Stratton St Michael Church NorfolkThis pretty church still retains medieval features including a 14th-century chancel & piscina, and a 15th century font. It also contains an impressive set of late 17th-century communion rails. Although fragments of medieval glass are still retained in the nave windows the majority of the stained glass was made in the 19th century by the local firm Joseph Grant of Costessey.

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