Image of the feature "IV. Interior Features: 5. Interior Decoration: c. Miscellaneous: Niche, Nave E wall" at Halford.
by Harry Sunley.
On the R hand side of the chancel arch there is a niche rising from the extension of the impost, formed by a blind arch comprising engaged colonettes (without bases) and capitals, with a semi-circular half rollover. The capitals are double scalloped, the L plain, and the R with a triangular design on the cone. Within the arch there is the residue of a cut-away figure, standing with raised arms. The ashlar adjacent to the colonette has a residual band of black paint, and the area around the figure is tinged with red and black paint. There is a speck of green near the feet.