Grade II listed.
C14 origins but restored by G. E. Street in 1856-8 when the north aisle was added and also the chancel arch widened. Building materials consist of squared coursed limestone with C20-tile roofs.
Central features include a chancel, nave, north aisle, vestry, west tower and south porch.
There is a four-window range.The chancel has a three-light reticulated east window with C19 lancets on
north and a two-light reticulated window on the south.
There is a restored priest's door on the south wall. There is a gabled south porch with a C19 door. The west
tower is over stages with a crenellated parapet.
Interior. C19 fixtures and fittings.
2010/2011 | £1000