In the upper row, to right of centre, is a representation of God. On His right hand would have been a seated figure of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Her image was destroyed in the Reformation and, later, mistakenly replaced by King Richard II. Also in the upper row are figures of the Apostles, the Evangelists and Old Testament Prophets.
Dozens of figures also peer out from the battlements above and the whole screen is decorated with plants and animals.
Originally, the image screen was entirely coloured and must have made a convincing vision of heaven.