For this church:
Walesby St Edmund
Features and Fittings
The Perpendicular style screen dates from the 20th century.
On the east part of the north wall is a squint converted to an aumbry in the twentieth century.
The south side of the chancel has to the east a restored 13th century piscina with partial stem and trefoil head. Above it, a re-set mask.
The chip-carved octagonal panelled pulpit dates from the 17th century.
The 14th century tub font has a round stem with a water-holding base.
There are eight 16th century oak benches, with bolection moulding and dentillation. The other benches in the aisle and nave are twentieth century copies.