It had stopped raining when we reached Westmeston, although was still rather overcast. This is the north side of the church.
The parish is joined with Streat.
Here is the view from the nave looking east into the chancel.
The window of St George is in the north wall of the nave. The other two below, of St Paul and St Cecelia, are in the north wall of the chancel.
We liked these simple windows which are in the east wall. The one of the flower is in memory of David Sidney Lambert, Rear Admiral, K.C.B., O.B.E., Twin brother of Ralph, 1885 1966. The one of the leaf is in memory of Anthony Poignand Lambert, eldest son of Major General W Lambert, C.B., 1875 - 1966.
The window below, which is between the two above, is in memory of Ralph Michell Lambert, youngest son of Major General W Lambert, C.B., who died 11th August 1952, aged 67.
The window below is in the west wall of the south aisle, and is the memory of Nora, the dear wife of Major Anthony Poignant Lambert, the only child of C.W.H. Wybrants, who died 9th June 1955, aged 71.
Here are the font and organ, which is situated to the east of the chancel, with the bass pipes in the vestry. The instrument wasn't locked and I was very tempted to try a hymn - but restrained myself not having permission!
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