There are only two churches in England dedicated to St Wulfram the other in Sussex. He was born in France rising to archbishop of Sens in 693AD. One of the great treasures is the Trigge Library. This chained library was the first to be endowed under a civic authority. Whilst the church contains virtually no medieval glass it does boast four modern windows including The Hall Window regarded by John Hayward as one of his finest. The millennium porch complements this modern glass and reflects current needs and taste of the current age.
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