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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. Large tomb niche on north elevation of the east end of the chancel. Trefoil headed arch with roll moulding and dogtooth ornament, supported by bell capitals (incomplete) and paired shafts on the western side. Those on the east are missing. Two fragments of a frieze are present below the cavity. They show low relief…

Photograph by Roger Stalley.Detail of West portal showing a section of the arch moulding and spandrel (north side of portal) showing foliate boss and quatrefoil frame containing figural carving depicting a genuflecting angel looking upwards.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of West doorway showing main arch which is subdivided allowing two portals.These are surrounded by cusped arches. The spandrel above has a quatrefoil frame flanked by foliage bosses and smaller quatrefoil frames containing carved angel figures.

Photograph by Roger Stalley.Detail of West portal. Spandrel (south side of portal) showing foliate boss and quatrefoil frame containing figural carving depicting a genuflecting angel looking upwards.

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