Image of the feature "Windows: Windows on chancel, nave and tower" at Garton-on-the-Wolds.
by Rita Wood.
The windows are graded in importance.
Those to the chancel date from the 19th century restoration and it cannot be known what preceded them.
The windows to the nave are of comparable size (both the window in the gable and the N nave windows are about 8 courses high in the jambs).
The windows to the tower stair are slits.
The W window on the tower is the most elaborate of all surviving windows.