An apsidal sanctuary was added to the existing building, blending perfectly
with the rest of the church, with its Romanesque windows and slate facing.
Inside, there are painted seraphim above the altar and reredos which suggest the
work of Edward Prynne, though much more naive than his usual style, so
attribution is uncomfortable. Can anyone help me here?
The wrought iron chancel screen is an adaptation of George Fellowes Prynneís
usual style of chancel wall or screen, in that it curves towards the altar at
the entrance to the chancel. The pulpit is a simpler version of the iron and
brass pulpits such as at Staines and
Budleigh Salterton. Of particular interest
are the brass stencils of fishes, starfish and anchors, indicating the proximity
of the church to the sea, as well as Christís calling of ordinary fishermen to
follow him. There is also a fine set of choir stalls.