After visiting numerous times, finally found this church open. On looking through the door, someone I assume is a churchwarden asked if I was ‘the video man’ – they were setting up for a wedding. He kindly let me have a look around, but the visit was naturally a little hurried. Would like to return some time to get some better images.
What really caught my attention was the lectern, which was presented to the church in 1906. I can find no information on it, but it appears to me to be one of those funny-looking pre-Reformation things, dating to about 1500. There are a few dozen across the country. [Addendum, Sep 2018: this bird is actually a Victorian replica.]