These recent projects are just a sample of the thousands of fascinating items NADFAS Church Recorders have researched and documented through their work.
Working jointly with Peterborough DFAS, Stamford DFAS is coming to the end of recording their ninth church, at Marholm Parish in the Peterborough diocese.
This is the font cover in a small village church in Buckinghamshire. A collection of copper pennies and silver spoons and thimbles was made by parishioners and melted down.
This Christmas Crib from a church in Cumbria was made by German prisoners of war in a camp near the church.
While identifying the many saints in this window by FC Eden in a church in Hertfordshire, the Church Recorder uncovered a mistake in the depiction of Louis IX of France.
This window by Edward Burne-Jones in a small church in Essex was originally installed in a school on the South Coast which burnt down in 1939 and was never rebuilt, the fate of the Burne-Jones window remaining unknown.
There is a touching story behind the unusually large butterfly appearing in this memorial window by Peter Archer in a Hertfordshire church.