is 12th century whodunnit - the font is a finely worked carving of Caen stone, probably
of the mid- to late- twelfth century, and
the oldest item in the church.
finger exercise for brass fans -
Nick meets predecessor Sir John Fenton, the first post-Reformation
window - a reminder of the last re-ordering
clock - a
19th century replacement
of Coleshill -
John Kettlewell remembered
memorial puzzle solved - the
contents of an envelope which lay forgotten in a metal
box in Coleshill church for over 80 years have added more
pieces to the historical jigsaw of the town’s war
memorial. In the same box, Restoration comedy, fuel shortage calls the tune, and an organ transplant is urged.
Two others are inside - reredos remembers RAF man, desk and chair town's three civilan casualties
like children - and
have more than the bear necessities
Hims ancient and modern - images record 1500 years of service to the town and beyond
The magic of the magi - glorious stained glass images close up
- and the best of the bestiary - the lamb lays down with the lion, bird...