For this church:
Features and Fittings
In 2016 none of the original church fittings were extant. No information was found recording their fate when the church was closed. The list below has been compiled from photographs and church records.
An octagonal bowl set on a rectangular stone base that extended to the west wall of the baptistery; the two corners that faced the east were cut away to match the angles of the font. The support for the bowl had a decorative octagonal plinth and eight dark marble shafts enclosing recessed panels; each shaft had a moulded capital. The bowl repeated the eight panel design on each panel and carved recess. An oak cover completed the design. In 1965 the font was re-sited about two metres eastward into the rear transverse aisle.
An old photograph shows the seating in the nave to be stained wooden chairs.
Other items recorded with only brief details:
Holy table – oak
Reredos – oak
Credence Table – oak
Prayer Desk – oak
Lectern Table – oak
Screen – oak.