Fellowes Prynne’s notes say “restoration done”. Observation indicates that
reredos probably his design (located now behind nave altar after re-ordering).
It can be surmised that painting on reredos is by Edward Prynne, but no monogram
found. Photographs taken prior to reordering indicate presence of chancel walls,
and wooden carving “Christ our Passover is Sacrificed for us” above and across
back of altar. How much of this is Fellowes Prynne’s work can only be guessed,
as no sources to confirm have been traced by the author, but it is at least in
keeping with his style. Does anyone have any more information?
The postcard reproduced, never postally used, shows the altar and reredos in
its original location.