For this church:
Beckingham All Saints
Features and Fittings
To the west of the piscina is a 13th century triple detached-shaft sedilia with roll-moulded arches, leaf capitals, and leaf stops to hoodmould.
The litany desk is a memorial to those men of the village who served in the 1914-18 war. A brass plaque on the top of the desk reads:
Three bays of an elaborate 15th century panel traceried screen were re-set in the tower archway during the 1891-2 restoration. They are probably fragments of a rood screen.
The font stands in front of the tower screen. It has an octagonal bowl above five polished marble shafts and was the gift of the family of the Rev David Hooke and his friends.
A plaque on the base reads:
There is a late 19th century panelled carved wooden pulpit. A plaque reads:
There is a carved oak eagle lectern with a plaque on the base that reads:
A damaged 13th century tub font is located at the west end of the north aisle. The interior is lead-lined.