Black and white photograph of a stone tablet in a wall of Kirdford Vicarage Garden taken by Herbert Edward Sydney Simmons (1901-1973). The inscription reads: 'Degradation of drunkenness. There is no sin which doth more deface God's image than drunkenness. It disguiseth a person and doth even unman Him. Drunkenness makes him have the throat of a fish, the belly of a swine and the head of an ass. Drunkenness is the shame of nature, the extinguisher of reason, the shipwreck of charity and the murder of conscience. Drunkenness is hurtful to the body. The cup kills more than the cannon. It causes dropsies, cartarrhs, apoplexies. It fills the eye with fire, and the legs with water, and turns the body into a hospital.'