Whichever of the two architects Hicks or Ferrey, who did extensive rebuilding of Frampton Church in the same period, this church is a remarkably well proportioned and complete example of Victorian building. The chancel arch and the arcade of arches are well proportioned and delicate. The Victorian brass altar rail and the sanctuary tiles are worthy of note, as are the many plaques in the windows, in the walls, and even on the pews which add so much to the history of the church and its people. The memorial on the lectern is worthy of special note. Frederick Williams was Rector of Bettiscombe and Pilsdon for 52 years from 1866 to 1918, a remarkable period of service. His family had connections with New Zealand and the tall conifers that once surrounded the Church were grown from seeds from New Zealand.