For this church:
Bunny St Mary
Features and Fittings
There are currently two fonts in the church.
There is an ancient font at the west end of the north aisle. It was dug out of a field in Bunny Moors and had been used as a drinking trough for cattle. The following comment about the font is made in a glass frame attached to one of the pillars near the font:
A historian in 1886 made this comment about another font:
The font at the west end consisted of a slender marble shaft supporting a shallow basin.
This font was presented to a London church by the Vicar at the time, so Bunny at one time had three fonts.
A new pulpit desk was given by Dr R H Cordeux
The lectern is in memory of Mrs Wilkinson Smith.
A prayer desk is in memory of Mr Walter Smeeton, a former churchwarden.