Cloisters also known nowadays as the Chapter House
Two oval panels are made of 15th or 16th century fragments of glass. The panels are believed to have been brought over from the adjacent Manor house.
The 15th or 16th century fragments of glass are high above the coat of arms on the south side in the Hastings chapel. They have not always been in the chapel and some hav been in the cloisters and before that they are believed to have been in the adjacent Manor house. Some fragments may have been in the possession of the craftsmen who installed them and repositioned the coat of arms.
The pair of panels are quite plain amongst all the other stained glass windows in the nave. Located in the South aisle behind the porch door.
There are several panels to the members of the Howard Vyse family. The head of the household is named at the base of one of the panels. An exquisite Victorian pattern.
The panel is of a modern design and has been fitted into one of the smallest and narrowest windows in the church.