Double 13th century Piscina, a sign of wealth.
With the sun streaming in.
Detail on the original 14th century north door.
Marble memorial to John Murton of Cooling Castle who died in 1852 having fallen overboard whilst off Rio de Janeiro, hence the chain and anchor.
Arcading on the walls.
"Modern" Victorian pews.
Against the "older" medieval benches of the 14th century.
Obviously from a wedding in August, although its closed it still has occasional services.
The 13 graves belonging to two local families are commonly called "Pip's Graves" although Dickens reduced the number in the book to 5 to make it more believable.
Thanks for looking, Mike