To cut a long story short, I was invited to clamber up into the dizzy heights of the belfry and observe the refitting. Ignoring my terror of anything higher than a pair of Cuban heels I ascended to the balcony, then wound my way up a spiral staircase and finally scrambled up a fixed ladder into the bell chamber. There was not a lot of space amongst the eight bells of the peal but here is the only pictorial record of the refitting.
In the nave is a memorial to John Washington, great, great, great uncle to the more famous George, first president of the U.S.A. It has been claimed that the stars and stripes on the crest are the origin of the flag of the U.S.A.
You never know what you will find when you wander off for a stroll.
Watch this space........