interior
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The interior is small but perfectly proportioned.  The chancel arch is carved on both sides.  The chevrons of the hood find echoes in the zigzags of the supporting shafts. (But should the shafts have been assembled as twists, like barley sugar, rather than zigzags?)

Note also the string courses which still contain the occasional original medieval carving.
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