Inside it has a nave and south aisle – a Lady Chapel – plus a north transept which contains the organ. As usual, this provides a slightly lop-sided feel to the space.
Like most small Cornish churches, there is nothing to break the flow of the ceiling from nave through to the chancel.
There are two special curiosities. A headless and babyless medieval statue of the BVM was discovered in the C19. This was ‘restored’ by a local sculptor who provided a distinctly C20 head. The statue stands next to the Lady Chapel altar.
On the other side of the altar is a patch of wall painting containing two towers. The guidebook – a wittily written item – suggests that there may be more hidden away below it and perhaps on the opposite side of the altar.
Outside, in the surprisingly compact churchyard, is a large cross and the head of a second.