The Church has a weeping chancel also a rare collection of medieval stained glass. There are four paintings from the original Rood Screen. There is a George III Coat of Arms which is signed and dated which is unusual. The pews are 14c with poppy head ends, there are also some Victorian box pews. The Pulpit is carved tracery work from the Victorian period. The 13C tower houses six bells, which give a ‘fine peal’ and are popular with visiting ringers. In front of the Communion Table in the floor is an original Alter Slab.
There is a fairly long walk up the path to the Church which is also a little steep. There is a wheelchair stored to the right of the door, this may help any visitors who may find the walk a little steep. Do enjoy this great and wonderful building.
Many visitors remark on the peace and tranquil atmosphere on entering.