Here is a view of this church from the south east. The south transept is in the foreground and the tower, with its unusual domed roof to the stair turret in the background. The former south porch is now a boiler house.
And a closer view of the former south porch.
Here is a view of the organ which is situated in the north transept.
Here are two views of the nave, first looking east the second west.
This monument is on the east end of the south wall of the chancel
Here are some views of the stained glass windows
This modern etched glass in memory of Edmund Blunden, the longest serving First World War poet.
Here is a view of the north transept and the south side of the chancel. The remains of an earlier window and a blocked doorway can be seen on the chancel's north wall.
The western tower.
Here is a final view of the west face of the tower, which has had a rather horrible blue paint applied to the ancient stonework to highlight the clock. Ghostly remnants of former lancet windows can be seen below and to each side of the clock, in line with the two above. It appears a pigeon wanted to be in the photo!
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