You are at The Lychgate (4)
The lychgate (lych meaning corpse) was erected in 1906 as a memorial to a Mr and Mrs Thompson, old inhabitants of the village, at the behest of their son who was an alderman.
On the churchyard wall beside the gate is the War Memorial erected in 1920. This was updated after the second World War. There is an additional memorial closer to the gate to Canadian airmen lost on a training flight nearby in 1944.
The memorial is unusual in having a 'hidden' inscription in the churchyard which is not normally seen.