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South nave wall clearly displays the progressive enlargement of the church.Section of wall immediately to left of aisle is C11 with original circular clerestory window surviving; C13 lancet below.Where it is not available, the satellite view is shown instead.BIBURY CHURCH ROAD SP 1006-1106 (east end) 11/72 Church of St. Mid-late C11; late C12 and early C13 enlargement; C14 and C15 alterations.East wall of chancel has 3 aumbries; many other aumbries in side walls. C16 seat in chancel is said to be part of a bedstead. Square early C13 transitional font in south aisle has 4 corner and one central pillar, outer with rope mouldings. Early-mid C18 set of ledger slabs in nave to COXWELL family of Bibury Court.
The extent of Saxon remains allow a reasonable reconstruction of the immediately pre-conquest church. Small rectangular window on south side illuminates altar.Interior: limewashed with nave arcades of different dates.Saxon jambs and imposts to C13 chancel arch breaking through Saxon string course above. Some surviving fragments of what is assumed to be a stone rood are visible above string course; 2 blocked windows have Perpendicular cusped heads.