Little Canfield - All Saints
This odd church has been much altered over the centuries. The Norman twelfth century nave has four 14th century windows, one with two and one with four trefoiled lights. The tower arch, tower and steeple are Victorian, added in 1856 by Rev. C.L. Smith in his own unique style. The west windows and chancel are also Victorian. The north vestry and vault were added in 1795. Internally, there is a 14th century rood screen and two 16th century brasses, but the rest of the interior is all Rev Smith's work. The result is a building that doesn't feel quite at ease with itself.