All Saints Church, York 

All Saints, Pavement, is the Guild and Civic church of York. It is also the Regimental church of the Royal Dragoon Guards. As a result there are many special services held each year at the church. The lantern tower was build to house a lamp to act as a beacon for travelers in the Forest of Galtres to the north of the city. It was restored after the First World War to act as the church's war memorial.  On 2 July 2015, a new stained glass window created by Helen Whittaker of Barley Studios was installed in All Saints Pavement Church. It remembers those who died in Afghanistan especially Matthew Hatton, David Hart and Ashley David Smith. The public gave donations, via The Press, York's newspaper. On behalf of the families and the church - thank you. Rev'd Jane Nattrass Priest-in-Charge.  The stained glass is from three different periods. The passion window at the west end dates from 14th century and is unique. There are four 19th century windows by Charles Kempe and one modern window installed in 2002 for the Royal Dragoon Guards.