The West Front. It reminds me of the Heiligen Geist Hospital in Lubbeck, but the similarity must be purely coincidental.
To unify the interior Dykes Bower reduced the number of piers in the nave arcades designing new ones in Transitional Gothic. The nave is narrower than the aisles. Note the pale colours, the light fittings and the boarded ceilings; all very Dykes Bower.
Dykes Bower designed a whole range of fittings for the church, the most prominent is the organ case in the north transept, and my favourite the wrought iron rejas of the south chancel chapel. The wooden things such as the pews, and altar rails are of limed oak. The colour is concentrated at the east end, where the ceilings are coloured and gilded and there is colour too from contemporary stained glass and the damask of the altar cloths