Local windows / by Sasha Ward

Above left: a window depicting The Good Shepherd in Buscot church, designed by Edward Burne Jones in 1892. Bottom right: the shepherd's feet. Top right: another pair of interesting feet from a later Morris & Co. window in the same church.

 Both churches on this post are close to Kelmscott and the River Thames, their interiors are strikingly different.

Both churches on this post are close to Kelmscott and the River Thames, their interiors are strikingly different.

Inglesham Church was saved from unsympathetic restorations by William Morris in the late 19th Century and is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Nothing I have read about this church mentions the windows, I think they are perfect for the place.