This window commemorates the years ashore at Plas Newydd from 1953 to 1974.
In the main photo the upper two panes show the New Block with Snowdonia in the background. The flags spell out the motto ‘Quit ye like men be strong’.
In the main photo the bottom right hand pane shows the original Conway Chapel at Plas Newydd and the Conway crest as carved over the main entrance to the New Block. The bottom part (not visible in the main picture but reproduced below) has a roundel representing the Camp years (1953-64), a partially obscured close up is below. It shows the Port Mizzentop hut and the Figurehead.
In the main photo the bottom left hand pane shows the three ships and the house at Plas Newydd. Top is the original Conway which gave the school ship its name. The second is ex Winchester on the Sloyne mooring, shown with Birkenhead Priory in the background. The third is ex Nile on her mooring off Plas Newyyd with the Vaynol estate in the background. The lower section (not visible in the main picture but reproduced below) is a view of Plas Newydd from the Strait, the right hand end of which was used by Conway as the Nelson Block.