For this church:
The lectern is the Church’s war memorial, being put in place after the 1st World War. It is known as the Peace Memorial Lectern. The Lectern is dark oak. On the stem is a carved figure of the Good Shepherd, with sheep at His feet. The front frieze has the letters A and O (Alpha and Omega) entwined in the pattern.
A brass plaque affixed to it is inscribed:
There is no clear record of the men in the parish killed during the two Great Wars. The only known casualty was Kenneth Robson of Stanford Hall who was killed whilst serving with the RAF. He was son of Thomas Robson who was chauffeur to Sir Julian Cahn, owner of the Hall.