The stained glass windows by A.L.Wilkinson were installed between 1952 and 1954. The son of Horace Wilkinson, also an artist working in stained glass. Alfred trained at St Martin's School of Art in London before working with his father from 1920 until 1939 in London. Alfred Wilkinson was subsequently based at several addresses in London, Hertfordshire and Essex, and also designed for G. King & Son of Norwich
Further reading Joyce Little, Stained Glass Marks and Monograms (London: National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies, 2002), p. 129.
She writes that her great aunt has recorded "While in London Dorothy and I met Alfred Wilkinson and saw his Design Studio and also the workshop of stained glass. Later, we visited an old church in Billingsgate "St. Magnus The Martyr" in which some of the windows from Alfred's works had newly replaced windows damaged in the war. They were circular and depicted a working man's trade - or union such as carpenter and cooper."
Several Churches in Wales have windows by A.L. Wilkinson