The church has a perpendicular chancel arch, with panelled decoration, but Victorian plain chamfered responds, and low marble screen wall, with fine brass gates, presumably by Ordish. The chancel roof is of angular timbering; long struts supporting a high collar. There are intricately traceried wood screens to North and South. The wood Victorian pulpit is very elaborate; leaning angels support the main body of it, which has carved figures in highly wrought traceried niche, and a curved sounding board and canopy above, also ornately worked. I have a short audio/visual of the church, which runs for nearly three minutes, that you can watch here.
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