There is a 16th century window of Germanic origin.
A 15th century window removed from the front facade was reconstructed and stands in the grounds at the rear of the church.
It includes two original 13th century windows in the south aisle wall and south doorway.
The fifteenth century windows at Fairford are the most complete of their time in the world.
There is good stained glass throughout - particularly a huge 19th century east window, teeming with children.
There are 3 early 16th century windows in the north aisle which depict 9 of the 12 apostles.
The unified building was lit by 14th century windows.
A surviving building in the village with several early 16th century windows may be the former preceptory's hospice.
In the south wall there is a 14th century window.
The 19th century east window is a three lights window with a pointed head.