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Hulton Windows

Hulton Window

Hulton Window

In the window on the east wall we see two oval pieces of stained glass, beautifully designed, showing the arms of the Hulton family. Probably from the 17th Century, it is the oldest stained glass in the Church. The window was restored in 1954.

Window in memory of Sir William Hulton

On the south wall is a three-lights window in memory of Sir William Hulton (born 1844) who died in 1907.

  • The left light shows St. Luke with a lily
  • The centre light - St. George and the Dragon
  • The right light - St. Peter with fish and sceptre.