The Calthorpe Window, contains a collection of twelve, mainly heraldic panels. They are the remains of 16th century glass most originally housed in the old bishop's palace.They were arranged in this window by G King and Son in 1960, the gift of Graham Baron Ash. The two central panels are the Arms of the Calthorpe family, who owned a house near the bishop's palace gates. The two central quarries in the bottom row contain the arms of the Worshipful Company of Grocers.
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