St Augustine is a parish church in a small village called East Hendred just below what used to be the Berkshire downs.
This looks like a preaching cross at first but looking at the base there is a faded inscription to a William Harris who dies in 1885
A quick look round the churchyard shows quite a few old headstones
Looking round the east end of the churchyard show a few more including a fenced off tomb
Here on the left you can see the chancel window and on the right the bell tower of the church
On the belltnright is a doorway at the base of the bell tower. The mane entrance can be seen on the left.
After walking through the South Aisle you come to the nave here we look down to the rood screen
to one side you can see a carved and canopied pulpit
Looking past the pulpit you can see the altar in the North Aisle
It's worth standing a moment to take in the beautiful chancel window
From the altar you can look towards the rood screen and the nave
Nearby are two more memorials
Looking from the South Aisle towards the chancel showing the roodscreens