Also constructed during the time of Hugh and Richard was the eastward extension of the chancel.55 The first church, built by William de Camville, had a two-bay chancel, which Hugh and Richard extended by one bay. The new east wall incorporated the window which still survives and which has been described as ‘one of the best windows in . . . Decorated style in the diocese’.56 [see Fig. 12] This is a significant addition to the church since the chancel was the holiest part of the building. The chancel extension with its dramatic window must have made a striking impression.