Here are the font and tiny pipe organ. The leaden font is early Norman and is from the original Saxon church. It has evidence of having been subject to weather corrosion, and it it believed it may have been used as a horse drinking trough by Roundhead soldiers. There are only 29 leaden fonts in England, three of which are in Sussex.
Ground piscina of the stone altar in the ancient Saxon church, perhaps over 1000 years old.
Here are the stained glass windows from the church.
Here is the east window.
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