+ Saint Giles Church, Langford
Saturday 18th of November 2017
Picture: A Statue of Saint Giles.

A tour of the Church.

The Sanctuary.

Picture: The Sanctuary of St. Giles' Church, Langford

The East windows are early English with a cinquefoil in a circle above and were erected in November 1895, in memory of the late Rev. W. and Mrs. Wescomb, by the Hon. Mrs. Byron and her two sisters, Lady Byron and Lady Frederick Fitzroy.

The windows concern the Resurrection and have the inscription "Victory. The Lord said I am the Resurrection and the Life". They represent Christ enthroned with the two Maries on either side, one in each window, and St. John above.