The S arcade has three bays of round-headed arches of two orders. Both orders of the arches are chamfered with a pyramidal stop-chamfer above the piers on the 2nd step on the N and S sides. The label, which is on the N side only, has nailhead.
E respond: the base is a rather wide, flat roll with a smaller roll above it. The semi-circular, coursed column has no capital, or a truncated one at best. There is roll mould necking and then the capital dies into a polygonal lower impost. The lower impost has a chamfer, roll, and nailhead on the face; there is some red pigment on the S side. The impost proper has a lower chamfer. The N section of the impost is new.
Pier 1: a polygonal plinth and a base of three concentric rolls of which the E and W sections appear to be insertions. A round, coursed column carries a polygonal waterleaf capital with roll mould necking and nailhead between the furled tips of the waterleaf. Between the large leaves is a small leaf tip. An incised quirk terminating in two drilled holes delineates the base of each leaf. The polygonal abacus is plain; the polygonal impost has a lower chamfer.
Pier 2: the plinth and base are as on Pier 1 though not as high above the nave floor. A round, coursed column carries a polygonal, nicked, waterleaf capital with roll mould necking. The abacus is plain and the polygonal, nicked impost has a lower chamfer.
W responds: same as E respond.