These two pictures taken in the nave show the position of the Comper windows, and dramatic, and precarious looking, access route to the bell ringers chamber in the tower.
Comper's other glass, which I take to be later, fills the three lancet windows in the east wall of the (Victorian) chancel. In this window Christ is show as young, blond and beardless. Note also the lack of backgrounds. It became fashionable, I suppose as a reaction to the sombre-saturated churches of the mid to late nineteenth century. It wasn't uncommon in the mid twentieth century to rob Victorian windows of their backgrounds to let in more light.