This was a replacement of the old north aisle, and was built 5 feet wider
than its predecessor, and with the crest of the roof matching that of the rest
of the church.
Internally, the new aisle blends quite well, despite the fact that the east
window is of different proportions from its counterpart on the south side. The
west window appears to be the original.
Externally, this is one of Fellowes Prynne’s least happy projects. The grey
limestone he used neither blends nor contrasts with the random local stone of
the original building: the very rectangular nature of the building blocks is
directly at odds with the rounded, varied stonework. It has to be admitted that
the original would doubtless have been both difficult and expensive to copy, and
perhaps the architect felt that the limestone would mellow with time.
Fellowes Prynne designed a new high altar and choir stalls, and the pulpit
was repaired. The sanctuary panelling and reredos, all of a piece, are also
clearly of his design. Heating was also installed.