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Above the chancel arch is a picturesque stone sanctus bell-turret with panelled sides surmounted by a short broach spirelet with foliated finial. The earliest feature of the church is the circular Norman font, the lower part of which is formed like a scallop-capital with fish-scale ornamentation above.
The north aisle, which has three Georgian box pews, is a 14th-century copy of Norman work.
The 15th-century tower is one of a several in this area, and has a western doorway over which is a quaint stone hood forming a shallow porch.
The north porch is richly vaulted within, and is surmounted externally by a panelled and battlemented parapet.
This type of lock is one in which the lock's metal components are separately fitted into a block of wood which forms the frame.
There are two keys: the smaller, possibly the older, is 230 mm long, and weighs 483g; the larger is 317mm long, weighing 858g.
The church is now in the By Brook Benefice in the rural deanery of Chippenham, archdeaconry of Malmesbury, and the present patron is the Bishop of Bristol.
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The arches of the nave rest on the round columns which have sculptured capitals, all of them different. The bench table (stone bench) on the inside of the north wall is of particular interest and probably dates from the 13th century.