Interior: Nave of 3 bays, the columns comprised of 4 wave mouldings carrying similar moulded arches. W bay of S arcade is occupied by the porch. 3-light clerestory windows. Late medieval roof with cambered ties and cusped windbraces, the 3 western bays having intermediate trusses, the E bay underdrawn by a fine panelled timber ceiling with gilded bosses at the intersections, which extends to the E end of the chancel.
Chancel is raised by 1 step. One arcade bay each side opens to the E extensions of the aisles, that on N now the organ chamber. Broad E end with 4 widely spaced steps, all paved with Maw's encaustic tiles by Godwin. C19 reredos, panelled, carrying 4 Fathers of the Church and 4 Prophets at the ends. C19 piscina. Steps to former rood loft in the NW chancel pier.
Pulpit: C19, octagonal, oak, on Mansfield stone base, with three-quarter relief figures of the evangelists.
Pews and screen, with elaborate round tracery, 1879.
Font: At W end, C12-C13, octagonal bowl with 4 large masks, set on column on a chamfered base.
Organ: Rebuilt, but includes some pieces of an instrument of c.1830.
Bells: Three, of 1781 and 1782, by T.Rudhall of Gloucester, rehung.
Glass: E window, 1891, the Life of Our Lord, for W.Curling. S.Aisle E window, 1910, for Devereux Mytton, good, and W window, 1890 by Heaton, Butler and Bayne.
Furniture: C17 restored chest in Vestry.
Monuments: Retains a fine collection of 21 wall monuments. Amongst the most important is the white marble monument in the chancel by John Carline (the elder) and Linell of Shrewsbury to William Edwards of Burgedin, 1780; early C19 monuments to the Lloyd family of Trawscoed Hall; 1910 marble monument by Gawthorp & Sons, London to Capt. Devereaux Mytton of Garth and
one dated 1837 to Mary Mytton by Thomas Tyley of Bristol; kneeling figure with urn by Charles Smith of London, 1828, to Revd. Richard Mytton, chaplain to Lord Clive, governor General of India. W end of Nave has 7 neo-classical wall monuments to families o the local houses of Trawscoed, Broniarth, Trelydan etc. In the north aisle is a brass engraved with a loose script within a wavy floriated border, to Elizabeth Whittingham/Rogers of Varchoel, 1676. Alabaster Gothic monument style, with marble columns, to Revd Charles Luxmoore, 1863, vicar for 43 years.