Grade I listed.
C14 origins. Building materials consist of ashlar stone with irregular flint and stone rubble. Architectural features include chancel, nave and west tower. There is also a stone porch to the centre of the south aisle.
Windows range from C14 to C19 and include original C14 lancets to the left and right of the north aisle.
The tower features a plain parapet.
Braced collar truss common-rafter roof to the chancel. C14 tiles on chancel floor.
C18 wood altar rail.
Braced collar truss rafter roof to the nave, with tie beams.
There are fragments of medieval glass to the east window.
The North aisle contains some C15 pews. There is also a hexagonal wood pulpit, which is C17, as is the octagonal stone font. There is a red cross painted on the north wall to the east end of the aisle, and another red cross painted on the south wall.