The church building is usually kept open during the hours of daylight, for people to visit and find some quiet space.
The present building dates from 1854, having been rebuilt after a fire.
Of particular note is the stained glass, with the East Window dedicated to the memory of William Wordsworth. He, and his sister Dorothy, were baptised in the previous church to have stood on the same site.
In the closed church yard there are headstones in memory of John Wordsworth (William's father) and Fearon Fallows (Astronomer Royal).
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