For this church:
Cotgrave All Saints
Features and Fittings
Along the walls of the aisles, nave and chancel are fourteen sculptured plaques depicting the Stations of the Cross.
The Christus from the Flames figure by sculptor Peter Eugene Ball of Newark is fixed to the east wall of the nave above the chancel arch. Made in 1998 using salvaged timbers from the church and designed to be similar to the larger version in Southwell Minster.
A 'plague stone' dating from the early 17th century is situated near the south door and is now used as a stoup for holy water; it was originally set in the churchyard wall and contained vinegar into which villagers dropped money to pay for food stored at the church