. . The Nave     

As you enter the church by the south porch, pause to look eastwards towards the high altar and enjoy the delightful atmosphere of this lovely Victorian church where God is worshipped each Sunday and has been for nearly a thousand years.

Princess Louise's Font
Nave, Crossing, Chancel

As you stand at the west end, behind you is a font dating from the 1860s, given by Queen Victoria and designed by H.R.H. Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, the Queen's fourth daughter, who married the 9th Duke of Argyll.
She was, like her father, very artistic. A carpet was designed by Princess Louise to surround the font, and was worked by Princesses Louise and Beatrice and their ladies.
. The wrought iron candelabra in the nave were another gift from Queen Victoria. Their use at Christmas services and on other special occasions brings a unique beauty to the worship.