This picture shows the chancel itself.
Looking back is a view of the nave and the current re-development work at the base of the tower.
On the east wall of the knave, below the doorway, is a painting of the Warwick badge, the bear with rugged staff.
The doorway itself would have provided access to a rood screen, evidence of which exists in the chancel arch stonework.
Above the chancel arch is the coat-of-arms of King William IV, and alongside it are two hatchments of the Watts family.
In the nave, near the chancel arch is a memorial, also at one time containing a brass, to Lewis ap. Rees, a bailiff of Henry VIII, and his wives Elizabeth and Agnes.