The 14th-century aisle terminated in line with the chancel arch.
When the aisle was lengthened, the original three-light east window with reticulated tracery was reconstructed in the present 15th century east wall, and the square-headed three-light windows inserted in the north wall, and two in the south wall of the nave.
These were the last of the Royal Arms to display the Arms of France in the second quarter.
The pulpit is of stone, with 15th-century stone carving. The altar is crowned with a late 19th-century reredos, which is a Doulton terracotta panel of the Last Supper by George Tinworth.
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The 15th-century tower is one of a several in this area, and has a western doorway over which is a quaint stone hood forming a shallow porch.
The north porch is richly vaulted within, and is surmounted externally by a panelled and battlemented parapet.
It is served by two nearby Church schools, Bybrook Valley Cof E School in Yatton Keynell (4 miles) and Trinity Cof E School in Acton Turville (1 mile).
The door itself is the original one and still retains a large handle and escutcheon of the original ironwork.
The door is fitted with a Banbury lock, the earliest form of church lock.
Follow Archie and Ollie on a gallery trail, build Stonehenge, examine the evidence under a microscope and try on Bronze Age clothes.
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The Manor and Advowson of Netlington belonged, until the Dissolution, to Glastonbury Abbey.