I came across this church of St John-in-Bedwardine while walking down the A44 in Worcester to visit Worcester Cathedral, it was worth the visit. This is quite long with a lot of photos.
View of the church looking along the path. The churchyard itself seems devoid of headstones my thinking is that they were removed and it is now lawn.
This War memorial tucked in a corner is to those men from the parish of St John-in Bedwardine
You are greeted by these stairs and memorial as you walk in the door
The memorial is to a hop merchants two sons though I find it rather macabre.
Here you see the stained glass window of the chapel with memorials on the wall, on the right is the chancel
There are some old memorials on the walls still with what looks like the original paint used though now fading, the one on the right is to a child who died in infancy.
Beautifully caved stone font on pillars by which you can see the tomb in the floor
You can see this choir loft which I found out had a balcony that extended down to the rood screens but was removed dues to age.
The organ like most I have come across is crammed into part of the chaple
Here you look down the chapel to the organ, the font is on the right here, most I have seen are at the back of the church.