After my last class,
took me to see her church, Beverly in Irton. I'm not sure when the original church was built, but it was demolished in 1865 and rebuilt. St. Paul
Inside, the first thing one sees is the baptismal font. It is one of the largest I've seen.
Here is a close-up view. Hopefully you can see the carvings.
Now a view down the nave.
There are beautiful stained glass windows. Two of them were designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and made by William Morris and Company. Here's one of them and an enlargement of a detail.
Here's another window. I'm not sure who the designer and maker are of this one.
Here is the altar frontal and some enlargements so you can see the beautiful embroidery:
The church members are particularly proud of the 9th century Irton cross which stands in the cemetery. It is 10 feet tall. I neglected to take a photo of it, but you see a photo of it and the church here.
If you're ever in the area, be sure to visit both Fobbles and St. Paul church.