Nuffield is a small village between Wallingford and Nettlebed in Oxfordshire. It's along a country lane off the main London road. On the outside of the village you will find the Holy Trinity Church. I had gone over there to get a photo of a grave I had found out about. This was a revisit and by chance the church was open so I took the opportunity to get some photos of the inside. Since writing this blog back in 2013 Gerry Anderson who made Thunderbirds service was here before being cremated in Reading and Sir David Frost was buried in the churchyard. Some history from Wikipedeia
"The oldest parts of the Church of England parish church of the Holy Trinity are Norman. They include the baptismal font and some of the masonry in the south wall of the nave. Around the bowl of the font is a Latin inscription in Lombardic capitals. In the 14th century the church was rebuilt and the north aisle was added. In the 15th century a ceiling with moulded wooden beams and carved wooden bosses was inserted in the nave.
Outside by the road you can see the village war Memorial
The church itself is flint faced.
Inside I found there was a party of visitors being shown round by the rector.
The wooden pulpit in the church
It also has this wonderful graveslab in the aisle
You can also see a small brass memorial and some wonderful stained glass windows.
The Nave and chancel which is plain and very simple
The stone font though is original and is simple with little carving on it.
Outside the churchyard is well kept and you can see the grave of William Morris or Lord Nuffield who started Morris Garages in Oxford.
Nuffield is a peaceful little village and if the church is open when you visit then take the time to go round and walk round the churchyard as well.