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Meanings and phrases
- structure forming the transverse part of a cruciform church; crosses the nave at right angles
- The north transept is floored with medieval tiles.
- The console was moved into the north transept.
- The north transept is in Early English style.
- The south transept contains a worn effigy dating from 1788.
- The south transept has an ashlar limestone belfry with cross finial.
- The south transept is plainer and houses the church's windpipe organ.