Stratford sub Castle Church - dedicated to Saint Lawrence (225 - 258 AD)
The Prebend (ecclesiastical living) was styled that of 'St Laurence in Stratford' in 1291. 
St Lawrence was martyred on August 10th so that is his festival day and is marked by a patronal festival in the church on the nearest Sunday.
Most of the kneelers in the church bear a grid emblem because of the legend that St Lawrence was martyred on a hot gridiron. The legend is almost certainly untrue and due to a one letter error in transcribing reports of his death, it is more likely he was beheaded. 
A bust of St Lawrence, presented to the church in 1958, is kept in the long ago filled-in North doorway that had been an entrance from the road which ran across that field.
It is a plaster copy of San Lorenzo, an original Donatello (c1440) held in a Private Collection and sometimes displayed in temporary exhibitions. 
The kneelers were embroidered by parishioners. Further information:
Article about the church's kneelers
and a photo album.
 British History On-Line http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/wilts/vol6/pp199-213#h3-0010
 Rev. Patrick Joseph Healy (1905). The Valerian persecution: a study of the relations between church and state in the third century A.D. Boston, Ma: Houghton, Mifflin, & Co.