An imposing, little-altered cruciform church of the 13th century, just below the famous White Horse carved out of the chalk hillside. It has a central octagonal tower, which lost its spire in a storm in 1740.
Grade I listed
C13 origin. Cruciform plan with tower over crossing.
Building materials consist of limestone rubble with rendered walling.
Features include a chancel, nave, south transept and C13 gabled porch.
Windows date from C13 and there are original lancets set within the south transept.
The tower is octagonal with louvred lancets and a top storey added C19.
Three-bay chancel which has wall shafts with moulded capitals but no arch. There is a Victorian stone font.
2010/2011 | £1000
2016/2017 | £1500