Church kneelers at

St Clement Danes

London City

Kneelers at St Clement Danes record the lives of RAF pilots, gunners and others lost during the Second World War. Each memorial kneeler carries the initials of the person lost and was stitched by someone in grief.

The church also contains an Episcopal Seat dedicated to Archibald McIndoe, the pioneering New Zealand plastic surgeon whose skill transformed the lives of those disastrously burned during the Second World War.  His cushion carries the insignia of the four Orders of Chivalry he was awarded: the Polish Order of St Stanislas, the Czech Order of the White Lion, the French Legion of Honour, and the Dutch Order of Orange-Nassau.

At the back of the church there are seat cushions featuring large, mostly ferocious birds.