This plan shows the layour of the stained glass windows within the church. Click on the numbers to take you to the page about that window and its history if known.
More information will be added to the individual pages as and when it becomes available
The East window is one of the great treasures of Blean Church, and was created in the 1860s by the renowned Pre-Raphaelite artist, Henry Holiday (1839-1927).
Dr Peter Clough, Reader at Blean Church, has written an extended description of Holiday’s career and the religious meaning of the window. To read this, please click here