church tower supports a steeple which is topped by a weathervane of
rather unusual design.
living was in the gift of Caius College, Cambridge, and the design
embodies the crest worn by Dr Caius, who founded Gonville College,
later to become Gonville and Caius, in the late sixteenth
dove, perched upon a coiled serpent, is represented holding in its
beak what was the styled flower gentle, otherwise known as "Amaranthus",
love-lies-bleeding, a symbol of immortality.