High up in the clerestory of the north wall of the chancel, are a sequence of medieval stained glass panels documenting the legend and founding of the priory at Great Malvern.
William de la Corner (d1291) was bishop of Salsibury from 1289 until his death whilst on his second mission abroad as an ambassador for Edward I. This tomb is just 1.1 metres in length and is sometimes described as the tomb of a boy bishop. However, small tombs like this were often built when just the heart of the deceased was buried, in this case it was the bones that were returned to Salisbury.
In the east arcade of the cloisters are two windows depicting the temptation of Christ. These windows were made in the 1860s by John Hardman and Co.