I must admit I have not noticed the sundials on eiter of my visits but will look when I get a chance
The churchyard is like it was though I did notice this head & footstone which were unusual
Near the church is this tomb which is becoming a little covered in grass
Looking ahead you see the church porch which is quite original.
That's because some one carved a date in it
And WC did it 100 years later in 1761, mind you I do wonder if it was the same person who got the date wrong.
Some how I think it was
Go through the door and this is the view of the church you get.
Walking to the centre of the aisle gives view of the nave
Stand in the belltower and see the North and South aisles as well
Off in the North aisle you can see the church organ at one end almost hidden turn round and you see the arch leading to the bell tower
Here we look at the altar in the chancel
The altar is left unadorned with just a cross in the sill of the chancel window
But there is other stained glass to see in the chancel which is not so old
The north Aisle also has some partial stained glass
Which is a shame as it makes me wonder why this is.
Walking along the chancel you will see various memorials on the floor like John Baker vicar of the parish died in 1790
This one says H.S.E Rob Bolton A.M C.C.C Oxon Soc.
Octob: die 19 1699
Rev John Spry departed this life October ninth 1703 age 76. a good age for some one of that time
In Memory od Dulcibella y wife of M Richard Tub od Welt Hendred who died y 22 march 1719 age 49 years
The on eon the left is by the altar and is to Mary wife of Thomas Wighr who was the vicar. She died aged 81 on 1721.
On the Right you can see the wonderful times and the memorialslet in the medieval tiles
By the altar you can see this small icon of the Madonna an child, the carved Pentecostal candle holder and candle is by the choir stall
The aisle floor of medieval floor tiles looking to the back of the church
This is a carved choir stall get a load of the date on top. Initialed 1630 I P T S
I wonder who they were
This is the view of the nave you get
and for one a nice view of the North aisle
Google was good enough to stitch them together
The memorial you can see is to Shoeing Smith George Aruthur Alder who dies in South Africa 1900
The North aisle I'm affraid the one I took in the south did not come out well
The carving on the front of the pews in the church
The on ething I did get in the South aisle was the font and cover
but a couple of people had done their graffiti on the cover R W in 1697 and X in 1833 is nothing sacred
Just in the chanel the nativity scene was still there, must take it down after the Epiphany
At the back of the church in the tower window is this wonderfull olf commoration plaque with a few local names I recognise