The church has two mausolea of the Espinay family from the late 16C. Both show capable stone carving. There is wood carving of high quality in the choir stalls which extends to the Sacristy doorway and the choir canopies (about 1530).The Tomb of Claude d'Espinay shows an early use of a pyramid decorative form. The stained glass is mostly of the same period (about 1540) and is in various parts of the church.
Champeaux is small (300 pop). At its center sits a very old well surrounded by old stone (granite) buildings and a 14-15 C church with an austere old graveyard. .The church was built by the Espinay family who were cousins of Francois I. Their chateau is only 2 km away but we did not visit it. The church has a fine ship-keel ceiling and interesting fittings. A stained glass window (16c) of the Calvary is behind the altar. The Tomb ogf Guy III d'Espinay is to the left. Behind the altar is a statuary setting of 1750 withthe two patron saints (Peter and Madelaine) and an allegory of Faith in the center.