St Swithun (12th century}. A GM window stop with mouth foliage; also of interest and reported by the 1993 guidebook by David Bahley and Jane Turner, when reported exterior gargoyles: 'Those between the chancel roof and nave roof are perhaps the most interesting; one on the north wall between the guttering is possibly a Sheela-na-gig. This is an early pagan fertility symbol closely related to the Green Man which often appears in Romanesque and Gothic architecture and can be seen locally in the chaper House carvings at Southwell Minster.'