On the day of our visit the tower appears to be undergoing repairs.
Here are two views of the nave, looking east and west. In the latter picture the organ is visible on the gallery under the tower.
This delightful window is in the south porch above the door. The inscription reads "To the Glory of God and in memory of a short Vicar late 1897-1905".
Here is the font.
And finally these royal arms of 1772 (George III) and were restored by the Canterbury School of Art and Messrs Godaen of Ham Street.
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