The north side of the aisle has long and short work quoins as well
as a very rectangular, blocked lintelled doorway set in a very poor
quality herringbone style
wall. It has been suggested that this style was used to try to give strength to the structure.
Within the church is an impressive Romanesque chancel arch and
underneath is an unusual barrel vaulted crypt with a slightly
crushed Romanesque arch above the
lancet window. The windows are deeply splayed and the south
door with triangular lintel would appear to be early.
Paul Martin Remfry