The tower has a broach spire. There is also a small praying figure in a niche with, below it, and inscription in French asking for prayers. Inside, the arcades are Early English in style but with round arches. In the chancel are stalls, two of which have late-medieval poppy-heads. The Rood Screen is also late-medieval. Fine glass in the east window. Not far from here was found the Water Newton Treasure, now in the British Museum, containing some of the oldest surviving Christian gold and silver objects.
Yes, St Remigus is a member of CHCT.