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Boxgrove Priory, West Sussex: the nave, formerly the monastic 'Quire', seen from the baptismal font

NOTES: This Benedictine priory was a monastic institution with a double church: the parish church to the west, and the monastic church, or 'Quire', to the east. The church dates from the 12th century and is a fine example of Norman and Early English architecture. It was dissolved in 1536 and thereafter served as the parish church. The foliage pattern on the vaulting was the work of 16th century Flemish painters.

Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, Sheffield: the nave seen from the western extension

Bailey, Arthur (1903-1979)
NOTES: This former parish church, built in Derbyshire limestone in Gothic style, was completed in 1430. A major restoration by Flockton & Gibbs was completed in 1880. It was elevated to cathedral status in 1919. The nave extension, built of the same stone, was by Arthur Bailey and consecrated in 1966.

Roman Catholic Church of St Mary of the Assumption, Linlithgow Road, Bo'ness: the baptistery

Gillespie Kidd & Coia
NOTES: This church was demolished in 1988 and replaced by St Mary's Roman Catholic Church.

All Saints, Brockhampton-by-Ross, Herefordshire: the baptismal font

Lethaby, William Richard (1857-1931)

Cathedral Church of St Michael, Coventry: the font in the Baptistery

Piper, John (1903-1992)
NOTES: The font is fashioned from a boulder from Bethlehem. The stained glass window was designed by John Piper.