Early 1300s font, originally from St Marys, Shopland, demolished in 1957 after World War II damage; cover is from a more modern font
Photo: C Myers, St Nicholas Center
St Nicholas Parish Church
Church of England (Anglican)
The church is mainly 14th century on a Norman foundation. The four-stage tower and south porch were added in the 15th century. The tower is said to have been erected by Henry V in thanksgiving for his victory at Agincourt.