St Saviour's Chapel was designed by Sir Charles Nicholson. It was built after the First World War on the site of the medieval Lady Chapel. All of the windows are similar in style and where designed by A K Nicholson in an "Arts & Craft" style.
Both East windows in the Chapel are dedicated to the memory of Bernard & Mervy Coller, killed in WWI and Raymond Coller killed in WWII.
The main lights depict a Nativity scene. The angel has led the shepherds to the stable to see the boy Jesus.
In the lower lights we see the shields of the Suffolk and Norfolk Regiments.
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