For this church:
Maplebeck St Radegund
Features and Fittings
The panelled half-octagonal oak pulpit dates from the early 17th century and above it is an oak sound board.
Oak reading desk.
The 19th century lectern is in brass and wrought iron with a bracketed round stem.
The oak benches are 17th century and 19th century.
The panelled oak chancel screen with balustrades dates from the 17th century but the transom above is 15th century.
On the north wall of the chancel there is an empty tomb recess.
The east end has a 19th century timber reredos with traceried panels.
The communion rails are 18th century and restored; the carved oak stalls and desks are 19th century.
18th century flat panelled ceiling with foliate bosses in the nave; north aisle has 19th century lean-to roof.
The chancel has 19th century panelled wagon vaulted roof.