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Photograph by Roger Stalley. North - east corner of chancel showing top of tomb niche with trefoil shaped arch decorated with dogtooth ornament, lancet window in north elevation with moulded arches, shafts with annulets, hood moulding and label stop and easternmost lancet of east end.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. East elevation of north transept showing tomb slabs and four lancet windows. Arches have roll - and - fillet mouldings, dogtooth ornament, shafts with captials and annulet rings and water - holding bases. They are surmounted by hood mouldings terminating in hood stops featuring floral buds and head carvings.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept doorway. Steeply pointed hood molding with stops enclosing arch with hood stops and en - delit shafts. Banded convex roll molding, continuous from jamb to arch, forms inner round - headed order of doorway. Quatrefoil frame fills tympanum created between inner order and apex of hood.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. East wall of chancel showing three lancet windows over moulded stringcourse. Splays have banded shafts spanned by moulded arches showing dogtooth decoration.Capitals are foliated. Remains of hood mouldings present and a foliate label stop on south - east lancet.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. South elevation of chancel showing three lancet windows. Arches have roll - and - fillet mouldings carried on bell capitals, banded shafts with annulets and water - holding bases. Doorway to the east of the first window,surmounted by stringcourse, shows portion of external semi - circular arch with jamb and ornamented…

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