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Detail of window in east elevation of south aisle of nave showing twin lancets with trefoil heads and a quatrefoil window above. The arches have foliate cusps and dogtooth mouldings; capitals have stiff - leaf foliage carvings; roll - and - fillet hood mouldings terminate in foliate and head carved label stops; the shafts are plain.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north elevation of west end of nave showing roofless north aisle with single round - headed window, blocked up pointed arches of nave arcade, stringcourse and clerestory with paired round - headed windows.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north - east corner of presbytery showing rib vault springer, rib mouldings comprise of roll - and - fillets flanked by rolls; vault supported by bell capital and filleted shaft. Lancet window on north elevation of presbytery has multiple annulets; rere - arch suported by bell capital.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of chancel and south transept from the south - east showing triple lancet windows in east elevation of chancel, five single lancet windows in south elevation and a partial view of the north elevation. East elevation of south transept shows two chapels with paired lancet windows, flanked by single lancet windows and…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of choir from the south - east showing south and east elevations. Former has five lancets with quatrefoil windows in the spandrels and hood mouldings linked by stringcourse;the two eastern most lancets are longer than the other three. East end shows remains of triple lancet windows.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north transept from the north - east crossing pier. West elevation has two lancet windows resting on stringcourse. North elevation shows triple lancet windows rere - arches treated with roll - and - fillets with multiple annulets and chamfered arch mouldings on foliate capitals. The central lancet has been…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of west end showing entrance portal in south elevation, doorway to west tower and trefoil headed niche in north elevation. Pointed arches of doorways break through stringcourse overhead; recessed orders of entrance doorway have chamfered arch mouldings, foliate capitals and filleted shafts.

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