This is the chancel east window.
On the right the windows are original 12 century except for this stained glass window.
Opposite this window is the organ..
The chancel floor contains two slabs, originally decorated with brasses, marking the resting-places of two former Rectors, Thurston Keswick, and Peter le Blund. This is one of the slabs where no one is certain who is buried under which one.
In the far northeast corner of the chancel is the tomb of Basil Brent who built the present Hanslope Park House.