Designed by Mary Watts and built by her and the villagers of Compton between 1895 and 1904. The walls are decorated with angels who alternately face towards and away from the viewer. Beneath them are roundels depicting contrasting themes of growth and decay, labour and rest, or the real and ideal. Above them are four seraphs, the highest of the angels. The winged children’s heads represent human souls.
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