Grade II* listed.
Early/mid C13 origins. Building materials consist of roughcast over limestone rubble with ashlar dressings and a stone slate roof.
Central features include a nave and chancel.
There is a late C16 three-light chamfered stone-mullioned east window and similar 2-light windows to the side walls. The north side of nave has one early/mid C13 lancet, three similar late C19 lancets, one C13 offset buttress and three
similar late C19 buttresses.The south wall has a late C16 four-centred moulded doorway to a late C19 double-leaf door. .
The chancel has three Lib arch-braced collar-trusses with curved windbraces and
clasped purlins, and cusped decoration to wall-plates. The nave has an early C17
panelled octagonal pulpit on a C19 base and arms of George III over door.
The crown-post roof resting on C13 face-mask corbels is mainly late C19 with older,
possibly medieval, timbers incorporated with the structure. There is C15 stained glass in the