Grade II* listed.
Late C13 origins with later modifications and alterations.
Buildings consist of random and coursed limestone rubble with ashlar dressings. The roofs are of old plain-tile and Welsh slate.
Features include a C13 chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and west tower.
Windows date from C14 and C15, and include various examples of two/three light designs with Perpendicular tracery. There are also two plain lancet windows in the south aisle.
The west tower is C16 and two storeys high. It has a crenellated parapet, a two light west window and an arched west doorway.
Interior: C14 two-seat sedilia with elaborate carvings and foliage. The chancel arch is C19.
2016/2017 | £4000