(O.S. 6 in. (a)xxx. N.E. (b)xxx. S.E.)
b (1). Parish Church of St. Botolph, S.W.
of the village, was re-built in 1872, partly on
the old foundations; the double windows on the
N. and S. are said to mark the position of the
original Transepts. The Tower was partly
re-built in 1873.
The 13th-century effigy in the tower is an
unusually perfect illustration of the armour of
Architectural Description—The 13th-century
Chancel Arch has been re-built with the original
materials. It is richly moulded and rests on
detached shafts of Purbeck marble, with
moulded capitals and bases. The Tower is of
three stages, with embattled parapet.
Fittings—Bells: three; 1st, with illegible inscription, of early date: 2nd, inscribed Vox
Augustini Senot In Aure Dei, undated: 3rd, by
John Clark, 1601. Brasses: on tower wall, of
Joan Lee, lady in Elizabethan costume; coat of
arms and part of inscription, 1564; originally all
on the same slab, said to be palimpsest. Monument: in the tower, stone effigy of knight, crosslegged, in complete chain mail and long
surcoat, with long shield; mid 13th-century,
well preserved. Piscina: in the chancel, bowl
only, date uncertain.
a (2). In Eastwick Wood, fragment.