Built during 1857-58 by G.E.Street in gothic style. Building material consists of rubble stone with dressed stone buttresses.
Architectural features include a three-bay nave, one-bay chancel, a north aisle and a west facing bellcote.
Windows are also gothic in style, with lots of examples of cusped 'y' tracery.
There is a West porch with a chamfered arch.
Rather plain, featuring perpendicular style capitals across the north aisle. The roof is an open rafter roof.
Transitional style font.