The bell tower The porch The west window and rear of the church The font The Millennium Tapestry 
The old altar The McNamara memorial window The Nicholas Cottle window The Moody memorial window The pulpit The Couldrey memorial window The Knollys memorial window The view from the sanctuary The altar and the east wall The altar The east window The Incarnation The Norman window The Wells memorial window The north part of the nave The parish room The War memorial The Rector's vestry The organ
A guided tour of the church.

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Guided tour of All Saints'

Progress to the millennium tapestry

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The font

The font

The font is located by the entrance to the building. It is a tub-shaped feature with a band of cable moulding and dates from the 12th century. The font is made of Corallian freestone quarried at Wheatley, Oxfordshire. The ironwork on the font cover is similar to the finial of the porch. Godparents and sponsors of those being baptised are engaging in a ceremony around this font that will have been carried out on countless occasions since the church was first built.

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Last updated - January 2017
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