A more or less unmodified Norman church tower and nave, the aisles, the transepts, and the chancel were added in the 14th century. The tower was damaged in 1648 during the Civil War, and has never been repaired.
Two sixteenth century figures from a Last Judgement scene can be seen either side of the arch.
One of two glazed plaques of encaustic tiles, surviving from the aborted nineteenth century restoration.
Green stencilled foliage decoration from the 19th century.
We lost the light, so there aren’t any more usable photos. Look for it if you’re ever in that part of the world.