ORIGINALLY it was suggested that this brochure should be the joint production of Mr. Dare and myself, but his far greater knowledge of archaeology soon made it evident that the partnership was essentially like that of Sambo's famous horse-rabbit sausages, i.e., one horse to one rabbit (with myself as the rabbit).

As is therefore only just, the brochure appears over Mr. Dare's name, with our grateful thanks to him for the considerable amount of work which he has voluntarily undertaken in order to help our appeal for funds to repair and maintain this village church, whose solid Saxon tower has for eleven centuries or more been a symbol that, behind the ebb and flow of temporal things, there stands the eternal unchangeableness of God.

Melville Williams,

Rector of Carlton-in-Lindrick.


All Saints' Day 1936