|Door of south porch|
The brass lectern dates from the late 1400s. Off the north aisle are fragments of medieval glass in some of the windows.
The font dates from the 1300s. The images of the four evangelists were badly defaced in the days of Cromwell.
There is a fine east window. You step down to the chancel, which is unusual.
There is a squint window in the chancel so the priest could see the altar from the chapel. The chancel ceiling was boarded in 1811 and part of this was painted in 1890.
In the tower is a room with a fireplace. This was used by the priest.
The tower houses 6 bells and the clock added in 1871.
|Five Bells Pub - overlooking green|