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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the south transept from the east showing arcade of pointed chamfered arches in two orders resting on cylindrical pier with moulded bell capital and water - holding base. The respond is engaged to the west elevation. Blocked arches to the nave and crossing can also be seen and the south wall of the modern nave…

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 east end of presbytery from the north - east showing lancet window and angle buttresses; north elevation of the presbytery with clasping buttresses and corbel table above outline of lancet windows (built up); crossing tower with crow - stepped gables, stepped buttress at north - east corner and stair turret at…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View from east of south elevation of chancel showing five lancet windows and entrance portal. East elevation of south transept shows sexfoil window in centre and two lancet windows flanking the side chapels which have paired lancet windows.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south transept from the north showing triple lancet windows in south elevation, single lancet window in east elevation and two - bay arcade between main transept space and western flanking aisle. Arcade has cylindrical piers with bell capitals, water - holding bases and chamfered arch mouldings. Lancet windows…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south transept from the west showing paired side chapels beyond east elevation. Two bay arcade of transept has cylindrical piers with bell capitals, water - holding bases and chamfered soffit mouldings. Arches to side chapels have similar chamfered mouldings and a circular sexfoil window in the spandrel…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the presbytery, crossing tower and first two bays of the nave from the north - west. The presbytery elevation is supported by angle and clasping buttresses and shows the outlines of three lancet windows (now built up) with a corbel table of carved heads above it. The crossing tower has a stepped buttress at the…

Photograph by Roger Stalley.Piscina in south elevation of chancel at the east end. Niche has trefoil headed arches with roll moulding and nailhead ornament resting on two small engaged shafts. Capital on east jamb has cable twist abacus above stylized leaves and nailhead moulding below. Capital on west jamb has simplified leaf ornament above a…

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. View of east end through crossing from nave showing lancet windows. North elevation of nave shows trefoil - headed clerestory windows and three bays of nave arcade with square piers.(Easternmost one is blocked up). View includes crossing tower.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Paired clerestory windows with trefoil heads in north elevation of nave. Rear arches moulded with dogtooth ornament. Bonded shafts on the outermost jambs and detached shaft in centre with stiff - leaf foliage capitals. Wall passage between windows has arch with chamfered jambs and stepped head.

Photograph by Roger Stalley.View of east end presbytery through the crossing from the nave. Shows first two nave bays (eastern most one is blocked up)and clerestory window of north elevation of the nave, pointed arches to crossing and east end presbytery with lancet windows.

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…

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