For this church:
Features and Fittings
The fittings within and without the church are few. One could say that Holy Trinity Church, Ratcliffe was a poor church and has virtually no fittings of importance.
Items worth mentioning are:
The altar rails date from the reign of Charles I (1625-1649). The pre-1550 altar stone was restored in 1891
The church has two fonts, one is modern; a gift from Kingston on Soar in 1936, but the other is contemporary with the building and shows marks of hinges and latches securing the original wooden cover.
On the south side of the chancel are a C13 three-graduated sedilia and a piscina; there is another piscina in the south aisle.
The 14th century arched recess in the chancel north wall, supported on single colonnettes with fillets, is possibly an Easter sepulchre; the carved stone coffin was recovered from the churchyard and placed here for safekeeping.