Retains complete set of box-pews, with fielded panelling, mostly of the C18 with family crests of Puleston and other local families, painted to the doors which are hung on H-hinges. Some doors retain inscribed brass plates, eg "Lord Kenyon", and "Half this seat to Nath. Spakeman, 1791". Stone paving throughout. To the chancel two complimentary squirearchical box-pews unusually each with a cast-iron fireplace and later principal seat. Pews arranged in descending order of social standing from that of the minister beneath the pulpit to estate staff and parishioners to the rear. Rear pews, with semi-circular fielded panels and balustrading, not installed until 1810 when removed from the parish church at Gresford. Wooden gallery to the west end supported on cast-iron columns of 1830 with Royal coat-of-arms painted to front. Beneath, a Georgian font with roach-bed marble cup to slender stone baluster stem on a round dais of 1745, and, to the walls, three hatchments to members of the Puleston family above the pews of the Churchwardens, together with a painted and framed glebe terrier of August 13th 1796. To the south of the chancel a wooden three-decker pulpit with backdrop and heavy tester. Coved plaster ceiling with Rococo decoration and enriched cornice to the chancel. Two brass chandeliers, one of two-tiers, of 1816, the other, single-tiered, of 1899. Four stained glass windows including an east window by Betton & Evans of Shrewsbury with central section composed of medieval fragments reputedly saved from Winchester College c1393 and bequeathed to the church by Lady Emma Elizabeth Puleston. Medieval fragments said to have come via Emral Hall Chapel (demolished 1775), and Albrighton Hall, Shropshire. To the south wall a window of St Michael in memory of Captain Summers, killed in the First World War. Carved marble monuments to the walls include those to Broughton Whitehall (d 1734) the eldest son of John Whitehall of Broughton, composed of fluted pilasters and urn in broken pediment. Sir Richard Puleston (d 1840), 1st Baronet, by John Carline III of a draped segmental entablature and volutes and foliation to the base.