Inside, I was pleased to be allowed to take photographs:-
There is a fine tomb to Lord Wyndham by Michael Rysbrack:-
A monument to Edward Wyndham Tennant, known as Bim, killed in the battle of the Somme, done by Allan Wyon:-
The Morning Chapel has what was the original screen until it was moved in 1789. It has the remains of colouring on the carvings:-
And the alabaster tomb of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford, is spectacular, done apparently by William Wright in 1675. Was it done in a deliberately archaic style, more than fifty years after his death ?