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Originally a hermitage owned by Haughmond Abbey the stone church was built in circa 1200A.D.
A medieval wall painting of the Nativity discovered in 1976 and the Welsh dragon carvings on the Western roof truss are of particular note. Memorials to the Corbett family are in the East end of the church. The churchyard is managed to conserve wildflowers and other wildlife.
The church is open during the day and visitors are warmly welcomed.
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