Monday, 24 August 2015
The Nave has six bays of alternate circular and octagon pillars in the decorated style and dates from around 1380. The Tower is built in the late decorated and early perpendicular style. By 1450 the north and south transepts and the north and south aisles were added. The chancel dates from the early 1400s. The rood screen dates from the early 1500s with the south porch dating from the late 1400s. The pulpit dates from the early 1600s. The 1700s saw the ring of bells increased to 10. There we several changes in the 19th century including the introduction of the pews there today.
See http://www.aylshamparishchurch.org.uk/ .