The nave as you can see is light and airy
Near the rear you can see a stone font.
just behind is this beautiful stained glass window.
Above is an organ loft
Along the nave wall are memorials like this one to
- Lieutenant Ben Remnant who is buried at Stiddard General Cemetery in the Netherlands along with 18 other casualties
the detail of the top of Ben Remnants Memorial shows he was part of the Rifle Brigade
On the opposite side you can see the British legion flag and war memorials to the dead of the two wars
going further down the nave you pass these arches which divide off the north aisle which is probably the oldest part of the church.
As with most churches I have visited there is a display of flowers
Looking through to the north aisle you can see the wall has been painted and is probably 12th century
This is the north aisle looking west which was the 12th century Church
The window is Norman though the stained glass is 20th Century
By the pulpit is a stained glass window with a nativity scene
Steps lead up to the chancel where you have choir stalls
Looking west form the chancel
The WI's work is in evidence with the kneeler's
Wandering outside and round the north side of the church you can see the graves most of which are quite old
some with little fences round
others standing alone
some belong to local prominent family's which still live in the area
There are also some interesting looking tombs
going back round the front the headstones are kept in good order.
Unlike other churchyards the grass is well cut
round all the headstones.
I will sign off with a view of the village war memorial which is a little way from the church down a footpath