A church with work of many different periods, from the Norman tower to a 20th-century trompe-l'oeil portrait. There is a charming two-storied Tudor south porch, made of red brick. The Liberal Prime Minister H. H. Asquith and the writer George Orwell are buried here.
Grade I listed.
C13 origins. Building materials consist of coursed stone rubble, uncoursed stone rubble and brick. Roofing materials are of plain-tile.
Features include a C13 three-bay chancel, four-bay aisled nave, C14 north and south aisles, a celerestory, tower and a two-storey central south porch to the left of the south aisle.
Windows date from C14 to C20 and feature a variety of interesting designs which include two through to five light windows. They also contain a variety of elaborate 'y' and 'plated' tracery.
The tower is in four stages and contains a C19 Romanesque doorway to the west side. There are also Romanesque lancets to the north and south faces of the second stage. Tower windows are mainly two-light windows featuring both 'y' and 'plated' tracery.
2012/2013 | £5000
2015/2016 | £15000