St Mary Aldermary

Departures from a late mediaeval fabric lie in the mouldings in the spandrels (the coats of arms are those of Henry Rogers except in the two spandrels nearest the chancel where the arms are those of the See of Canterbury and of Archbishop Sancroft); and in the unique plaster vaulting in the nave and aisles which makes the church such a joy to visit. It will be noticed that the east wall lies at an angle; this is because, when originally built, the wall followed the line of an existing passageway

Spandrels and Vaulting