|St Edmund's head is rejoined to his body by his followers|
St Edmund is not the only protagonist depicted in the paintings however. The church is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and a series of paintings depicting the nativity of Christ from the Annunciation to his presentation in the temple can also be seen, although at least one has been lost behind a later wooden gallery at the west end of the church.
The rest of the church offers further points of interest for the visitor including a fine 15th century rood screen and accompanying remains of the rood loft staircase while on the west wall of the nave is a bowed 18th century gallery. There is also a handsome wooden parish chest which would originally have housed parish documents including the parish registers and possibly once the parish alms.
|Looking through the rood screen towards the gallery on the west nave wall.|
|The Parish Chest|
|Crucifixion Scene from the Retable|
|Looking towards the rood screen and chancel|