Church Directory

The fourteenth-century chancel has flowing traceried windows and the apricot-pink colour of the walls is particularly attractive. The beams of the medieval roof are moulded and all have some particles of original paint. The easternmost beam is carved with a vine trail and the date of a seventeenth-century repair. Note the Royal Arms of Queen Anne and a few traceried Medieval benches.

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