In September 1895, the first five stained glass windows of the present series of eleven were placed in the South Aisle.
They created great interest in those days, but the whole series of eleven only cost £156 5s.
The [Bournemouth] Guardian newspaper of May 31st, 1896, contained a lengthy and eulogistic description of these windows, which were made by Mr. A. L. Moore, of Southampton Row, London.
The West Windows were erected in 1920, at a cost (with the tablets attached) of £600.
To read more of the fascinating history of the windows and indeed of the church please view the following three documents:
Left Hand Side:
Top: St David & St Patrick
Bottom: Albanus & Oswald Rex
Right Hand Side:
Top: St Andrew & St George
Bottom: Martinus & Joan D’Arc
Left: The Adoration of the Magi and Jesus Walks on Water
Centre: Christ the King, The Crucifixion and The Last Supper
Right: The Transfiguration and ‘Suffer the little children to come unto me’