North Tuddenham, St Mary, Porch, East window
According to Christopher Woodforde the glass of North Tuddenham church was, apart from three shields of arms, not painted for the church but bought by the Revd Robert Barry, rector from 1851-1904, from a builder's yard in East Dereham. It is said to have cost half a guinea! David King dates much of the glass to the early fifteenth century. The two windows in the porch contain an interesting collection of fragments. The two lights of the eastern window contain a figure of a bishop, various border pieces and a piece with two angels singing from a book on a lectern.