For this church:
Thorney with Wigsley St Helen
Features and Fittings
On the north side of the sanctuary there is a stone credence table, supported on carved brackets, and a gabled aumbry in a round-headed opening.
On the south side of the sanctuary there is a moulded round-headed piscina and elaborate double-columned triple sedilia.
There are also two ornately carved oak chairs, the work of the Rev Henry Nevile.
There is an inscription on the base of the altar cross:
The font consists of a circular bowl on a circular stem with blind arcading. The oak cover was carved by the Rev Henry Nevile, brother of the Rev Christopher Nevile, to a design by Mr Willson, the clerk of works during the rebuilding of the church.
A damaged font bowl dating from the 12th century is nearby.
The elaborately carved square stone pulpit is on a polished granite shaft with four subsidiary shafts and is accessed by stairs through the respond of the chancel arch. The two visible sides of the pulpit shown the 12 apostles and Christ preaching on the Mount.
The lectern is in a similar style and has a square moulded base of three stages.
The font, pulpit and lectern date from c1850, are made of Caen stone and were all carved by Mr Willson, clerk of works.
There are hatchments to the Nevile family on both north and south walls of the nave.