Navestock - St Thomas (Interior)
In post-medieval times, probably in the early 19th century, alterations were made inside the church and the oak pier and arches put in the south arcade. This pier is roughly cut to a polygonal shape. The wooden arches springing from it are rough and plain and the whole has been covered with plaster to resemble the rest of the arcade. There are similar wooden arches across the nave and aisle at this point springing from semicircular responds.The windows of the chancel retain some of their medieval exterior iron grilles with barbed terminals, most complete on the east window.