Grade II* listed.
Early C13 origins.
Building materials consist of coursed dressed limestone with ashlar dressings, except the tower which is of uncoursed limestone rubble. The chancel roof is gabled and of stone slate, whilst the nave roof is of Welsh slate.
Central features include a chancel, north chapel, wide nave and west tower. The church was re-modelled C19 in Perpendicular and Early English styles.
Windows contain examples of three light Early English and Perpendicular designs. There are also original lancets in the east wall of the chancel.
The south porch is gabled and shelters a C14 doorway.
The tower is probably C13 and is three storeys high. It features original lancets and a stair turret in the north east corner.
Early C13 archway between the chancel and north chapel.
2015/2016 | £1000