For this church:
Basford St Leodegarius
Features and Fittings
East wall of chancel, erected in 1901, altered in the 1920s so now the lancets can be seen in full between the reredos uprights. Painted dark oak, bearing 12 names of the tribes of Judea on the four uprights; on the lower part, from left to right: ‘I am Alpha and Omega the Beginning and the End the First and the Last.’ Restored after the 1974 fire by Mr & Mrs H. Bates.
Dark brown painted oak, two rows either side stepped, installed in 1901.
Small metal plaque in chancel:
It is an ‘early 19th century copy of a plain 14th century one, and was removed from beneath the tower in 1964.’ (Train, 1976). Now stands in the baptistery, west end of north aisle.
Stone, 6' 3" high, lined with wood, in front of north end of chancel screen. Mid-Victorian? On front at top, carved angel with wings and crown, below that a cross and leaves and grapes.
Nave lined with dark oak panelling up to 7', in 1901.