Grade II listed.
C13 origins but almost entirely rebuilt in l863 by William White. Building materials consist of Ironstone ashlar and there are steeply pitched C20-tile roofs.
Central features include an aisled nave, chancel, south porch, north vestry and 3-window range.
The chancel has a 2-light reticulated east window and an Early English style priest's doorway with a
lancet window on south. The nave has a restored 2-liqht Decorated window on the south wall.
There is a gabled stone porch and the west gable of nave has a single lancet with 2 round headed
openings to the bell-turret.
There is a piscina in the chancel and a restored 3-bay nave arcade. C19 fittings.