St Michael

Features and Fittings


Pine of 1884, replacing earlier box pews. Those in the chancel may be of 1862 when the chancel was restored


Carved oak, representing St Michael and the dragon, given by the family of the Rev Robert Smith.


Circular, ashlar, on four colonnades and a central column, diaper decoration on upper part of bowl. In the late C12th style but heavily re-tooled probably in 1884.


Carved oak.

Charity Board

At the base of the Tower.

In three parts.

Upper part.....

Centre section: Gift of 100 pounds by Mary Sturtevant of Newark-on-Trent to the Minster church and the poor of Halam.

Bottom section John Walters and Charles Denison of Halam 1686.

Tower screen

The gift of Winifred Alcock of Halam Manor, given in 1953 to celebrate the coronation of Elizabeth II.

Wall Boards

Boards bearing the Ten Commandments and the Lord’s Prayer are on the north nave wall.