St Annes

Windows

Windows make up a substantial portion of the chapel walls and let light in through beautiful coloured stained-glass designs. A lot of the chapel history is tied to the windows that adorn the stone walls. Listed below are some significant examples.
  • Christ and the children (1977)

    Christ and the children (1977)

    In memory of Gillian Edmundson.

  • Christ the Shepherd (1911)

    Christ the Shepherd (1911)

    Presented in memory of Miss Usherwood.

  • Ruth and Naomi (1977)

    Ruth and Naomi (1977)

    In memory of Ruth Stainbank.

  • St Anne mother of the Virgin Mary (1911)

    St Anne mother of the Virgin Mary (1911)

    Presented by the girls of St Anne’s.

  • St Barnabas (1921)

    St Barnabas (1921)

    Presented by the Old Girls in memory of Corrie Addison.

  • St Cecilia (1986)

    St Cecilia (1986)

    Patron saint of music. Anonymous donation.

  • St Elizabeth of Hungary (1979)

    St Elizabeth of Hungary (1979)

    Presented by Gladys in memory of Lester.

  • St Francis of Assisi (1934)

    St Francis of Assisi (1934)

    In memory of Miss Francis Baines, unveiled by Lady Clarendon.

  • St Hilda Abbess of Whitby (1911)

    St Hilda Abbess of Whitby (1911)

    Presented by the friends of Miss Marianne Browne.

  • St Mary Magdalene (1911)

    St Mary Magdalene (1911)

    Presented by the friends of Miss Marianne Browne.

  • St Mary Virgin (1911)

    St Mary Virgin (1911)

    Presented by the friends of Miss Marianne Browne.

  • St Raphael (1921)

    St Raphael (1921)

    Presented by the St Anne’s Girls in memory of Dorothea Burgess.

  • Three stained-glass windows depicting crosses (1977)

    Three stained-glass windows depicting crosses (1977)

    Made and presented by the College Art Department.

  • Water, Land and Air (2002)

    Water, Land and Air (2002)

    In memory of Liz (Barker) Fleming.

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