Inside St Andrews Clewer
These images feature some of the most historic parts of St Andrews Clewer. You'll also find some more information under each image too. Photographs Copyright © Mike Morris 1990.
View of the chancel screen and pulpit painted in medieval patterns and colours
The chancel and sanctuary. The figure of Christ in the centre of the reredos is of alabaster and white marble. The twelve figures at the back represent the twelve tribes of Israel, the twelve in front are the Apostles
From the doorway there is a fine view of the nave with its Norman pillars
The Saxon font, one of the oldest features, contains a cockle-shell fossil in the stone.