the church via the South Porch you are immediately struck
by a majestic frieze above the heavy wooden door.Thankfully
spared by the ravages of Cromwells men the centre-piece is
a Tympanum, God in majesty supporting the crucified Christ.
It is not the Holy Trinity, there is no dove, no Holy Spirit.
carving immdiately above is suggestive of the triple crown.
There is also a winged heart, angels, bishops and saints.
Sadly, the supporting statues are gone, along with the Holy
Water Stoup. An interserting feature is tyhe combined coats
of arms of England and France, these belonged to Llywarch
ap Bran, 'Son of the Crow', one of twelve 12th Century
prebends of College of St. Cybi. They flank the Tympanum