The church has some beautiful stained glass windows designed by Henry Bosdet in the early 20C are of very intricate design and very unusual for stained glass. The rood screen is is still in situ. It is Victorian/Edwardian and is superbly carved mahogany. The church was first built on that site in the 11C. The Fishermans' Chapel is said to be built a little later and ancient murals are still discernable.
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