We always hope to give you a warm and friendly welcome. St. George's church is a light and airy church with easy access. The lighting is good and a loop system is fitted to the first few pews on the south side of the nave. The acoustics are good. There are nicely carved pew ends with one depicting the story of Florence Wyndham . The ceiling bosses are interesting with close up photographs in a book kept in the north transept. The church is connected to the De Brett family, one of whom was involved in the killing of Thomas a Beckett. A family history timeline is in the north transept.
A wheelchair is available to assist anyone with mobility difficulties.
Although there is no toilet in the church, the village hall (with toilets) is just a short walk away. Please ask the sidesperson or churchwarden who will open the hall.