The church was rebuilt in 1721-2 by James Gibbs and once again in 1880-1 by Mann & Saunders, funded by Edward Cazalet.
Here is a view of this Early English style church from the north west; the cruciform layout is clear.
The nave looking east. The stone vaulting below the tower is visible, as is the pulpit, described as vulgar by Pevsner.
A closer view of the chancel.
This memorial to the 1st Lord Barnard (died 1723) is in the south chapel (currently a store room). It was designed by Gibbs Pevsner ascribes the sculpting to Rysbrack.
The organ is on the north side of the chancel.
This view is from the east, which faces the road and the main entrance through a lych gate.
A final view of the church from the south.
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