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The font stands on an octagonal pedestal with a tapered top. The blind arcading decoration shows the wide capitals typical of Norman Transitional architecture, and the narrow, steep, arches of Early English Gothic. This could date the font even earlier than the C13 fabric of the church. (Photo Oct 2014).
Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 19 November 2014