In 1670, the antiquarian - Dingley - published his History of Ancient Buildings and tells us that he visited the church of St Nicholas, supplying a rough sketch of the building from the exterior, which conveys no conception of its true character.He also appended a few notes of the interior, informomg us that in the North window there was a glass painting, erected by subscription, and in the West window, the remains of a crucifix painting in glass, and the remains of a figure kneeling before our Blessed Lady with a book and a desk before him. This would suggest that, at this time, the fabric of the church had been allowed to deteriorate.

There are three stained glass windows in the present church




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