Grade I listed.
C11/12 origins with C13 and mainly early C14 additions. Building materials consist of coursed limestone rubble and ashlar dressings. Roofs are of metal sheet.
Central features include a three-bay aisled nave with a chancel, west tower and
south porch. The chancel retains a tiny round-headed window on each side and a C13
lancet to south, but has two-light side windows and a four-light east window of
The south aisle is entirely elaborate Decorated work with a high
moulded plinth, gabled buttresses with ogee-canpied niches, and three-light side
windows, a four-light east window and a two -light west window, each of a different
The two-storey south porch has a ribbed quadripartite vault with a
richly-carved boss, and the parapet continuing around the aisle has fantastic
gargoyles. The north aisle is plainer with three-light windows of reticulated tracery,
but incorporates a C13 doorway with deeply-moulded arch and five shafts, both
detached and attached, with stiff-leaf capitals.