Chancel, Choir and Nave

The choir stalls are finely carved of oak.  Above them on the north side are six windows, each depicting a saintly figure in the life of the early church in the north of England: Cuthbert, William of York and Paulinus are named. Three commemorate local worthies: Hugh Clarke d.1871, Anthony Titley d.1845 and William Beverley d.1867.

The windows in the Sanctuary on the north side portray St. Hilda of Whitby and Ann Margaretta Appleton of Stokesley who died in Headingley in 1871.

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