Mundon has just emerged from one of the most extensive conservation campaigns that we have had to mount. With generous help from English Heritage we have been able to prevent the threatened collapse of the chancel and conserve the distinctive Georgian murals shown above. We are particularly grateful to our architect, Julian Limentani and the contractors, Bakers of Danbury for a very skilful job. The building is now once again open to visitors (you can just turn up). A final programme of works to the nave, again with English Heritage grant aid, was completed in the Autumn of 2011. This set out to conserve and stabilise the 18th century painted ovals with biblical sayings but has also uncovered very faint medieval murals, which appear to show a king and a devil.