The church consists of chancel, nave, N and S aisles, N chapel, W tower and N, S and W doorways. Three bays of the N arcade are mid-12thc. and three bays of the S arcade are late 12thc. Built entirely in local liassic ironstone, probably from Hornton quarries nearby.
Of two bays. The arches are plain and ?pointed. The capitals are multi-scallop with necking and with much taller cones that the N aisle. All have hollow-chamfered imposts with a groove along the upright.
Pier 1 (E)
High square plinth with a small chamfer, partially restored. The base is simply a thick roll. The half-round shaft has four courses. Multi-scallop capital with tall, almost vertical cones above fine necking (nine scallops to each face). The impost is chamfered with a groove along the upright.
Similar to Pier 1, apart from the base which has a small roll between the prominent outer roll and the shaft. The shaft is slightly shorter than the respond shaft. The capital is multi-scallop although the cones are not as tall as those of Pier 1. The impost is hollow chamfered.
Of two bays. The arches are plain and pointed, and all have hollow-chamfered imposts with a groove along the upright.
Pier 1 (E)
Square chamfered plinth, chamfered round base, with a round shaft of five courses. Multi-scallop capital (ten on E face, nine on N face, eight on W face, nine on S face) with plain cones and shields and tapered rounded fillets between the cones. No necking. Impost as W respond.
Situated W end of S aisle. The tub-shaped bowl could be 12thc., but it has no distinguishing features or markings and is not mentioned by Pevsner.
|depth of bowl||0.30 m|
|h. of bowl||0.39 m|
|w. (lower)||0.60 m|
|w. (upper)||0.71 m|