The reason this church is included in the 100 treasures book is because of the Late Tudor red brick clerestory and the hammerbeam roof
The ermine-collared figures of kings on the hammer-beams are all holding books,chalice and the patens used to hold the bread for the Eucharist. They were repainted by the vicar's daughters in the late C19
View down the nave to the altar with what seems quite a modern font. There are parts of this church that date from every century from the Twelfth to the Twentieth.
I think the Treasure in this church should be this Medieval door to the tower with original ironwork, locks and hinge.
Up to that opening above the pulpit? Perhaps something to do with a rood screen loft separating nave from chancel that was once there 100's of years ago?
This marble tablet is in memory of Thomas Raymond who died in 1680 and was keeper of the state papers for Charles II " He lived and died very religiously"