has tongue stuck out in typical medieval gesture of insult.
One interesting thing here is a stone at the rear of the chancel. On the outside wall, one stone has the names of several people, builders perhaps, carved in to it.The dates 1668 and 1690 are carved in to the stone. Interesting that this one stone has several names carved in to it but no other stone around it has anything on it at all.
I really enjoyed looking inside the church here. This is a lovely church in a delightful part of East Northamptonshire. Back on the cycle and off in the vague direction of home, via Lutton.