Happily, it was open, and welcoming. In truth it's not a church that will detain the explorer very long, but as I'm fond of saying it's a rare church that offers nothing to its visitors, and at the moment it's a distinct pleasure to find one open at all.
Entry is by the very charming early 15th century but restored north porch with delicate filigree wooden tracery; the tower is of similar date.
The pulpit is also by Bodley, though it was constructed by bits and pieces of his woodwork rather than originally designed as such.
** There are photographs of them in situ here.
*** At that time there was also a scheme to bring some of the chapel's stained glass to the church, but a faculty was refused. Various other pieces of furniture went to Sandon, Oakington, and St Mark's, Barton Road, Cambridge.