Grade II* listed.
Building materials consist of rendered limestone rubble and limestone ashlar, with a plain-tile roof.
Central features include a nave, chancel, north aisle, vestry, west tower and south porch.
Windows date from C14 and contain examples of three and four light designs in Decorated style, with ogee tracery.
The south porch is timber framed and probably C14, but was repaired during C16. It shelters a doorway with a Romanesque dial set in the tympanum.
The C14 tower has a two light window with reticulated tracery.
C15 piscina in the north aisle, with a four bay C19 arcade in the nave. Roofing is C19.
2017/2018 | £20000