The aumbry is on the north and the piscina on the south side of the position which the altar used to occupy.
She opened swiftly an aumbry in which there stood a tankard of milk.
An aumbry was a recess in the wall well lined inside with wood so that the damp of the masonry should not spoil the books.
The sedilia in the chancel and the aumbry in the north transept should be seen.
In each of these the old piscina and aumbry remain near where the altar had been placed.
Note the old font which was evidently at one time coloured; also the aumbry, piscina and sedile.
The aumbry in the south wall has a semicircular arch, and has been double.
The sedilia are Perpendicular, and an Early English piscina and aumbry are observable behind the altar.
The deep window recess opposite the door was fitted up as a small chapel, with aumbry, Piscina, and Sedilia.
In the next chapel, that of the Four Virgins, there is nothing to show where the aumbry or the piscina was.