Here is a view from the east. Round towers is a relatively common feature of Suffolk & Norfolk churches, however octagonal tops are less common.
Here is the nave, looking east across the tower crossing and into the chancel.
There is a pipe organ in the north transept, however the presence of a modern electronic piano on the south side suggests that a variety of music is used in this church. The carving of the head with the enormous tongue is on one of the seats in the chancel.
The stained glass is presented on a separate page, which may be accessed by clicking here, or on the image below.
The font, situated at the east end, has an incredibly tall cover!
There are two hatchments hanging in the west end of the church.
Finally a view of the church from the north west.
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