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The gallery is located above the narthex at the east end of the church. This sketch by C. Dudley Brown in 1946 for the Consecration Booklet is a view of the nave and gallery from the chancel looking eastwards towards the entrance to the church.
Sited within the gallery on the left hand side is a window which depicts crossed keys, one silver and one gold, a traditional symbol of St. Peter. On right hand side of the gallery the window depicts a crown of thorns against the background of a cross.
Above the gallery in the east wall of the church is a triple window which shows the Saints Peter, Edward the Confessor and Paul. St. Peter holds two keys and in an unusual portrayal is shown reading a book. St. Edward is depicted as king, holding a sceptre and a ring. St. Paul carries the sword of the spirit (a traditional symbol for him) and a book which represents his epistles. The window contains a dedication which reads “The Right Rev. Mgr. J. Canon Tonks Golden Jubilee Aug 24th 1939”. Canon Tonks was parish priest at St. Edward’s from 1896-1924. He was greatly responsible for the acceptance of Catholics in the Kettering community at a time of great prejudice against them.