Ratcliffe on Soar Holy Trinity


The chancel
east window
Windows in
the south aisle
The window at the east
end of the south aisle
Round-headed windows
in the north aisle

The most notable window is undoubtedly the chancel east window fitted with plain leaded glass as are all the other windows in the church. The south aisle windows, especially the one at the east end, are worth a mention as being contemporary with the building of the aisle. The glass in the south-aisle east-end window is of very irregular leading. The north aisle windows are with round arches matching the modified arches to the nave. A small number of lancet windows are added to the building. The glass throughout the church windows range from clear to various shades of green.

South Aisle

There are small fragments of medieval stained glass in two windows of the south aisle. The glass is contemporary with the stonework of the windows and dates from c1320-30.

West window

Single fragment depicting a face at the top of the northernmost light.

Easternmost window of the south wall

Four fragments showing various designs.