Facilities and features


Car Park / Parking Available
Hearing (induction) Loop
Assistance Dogs
Dementia Aware / Accessible

Our Building

Open for individual prayer

The church is Grade 1 Listed, and Saxon origins, visible in the stonework of the south wall, is made from limestone and has a stone slate roof. A Saxon arch leads from the porch to the nave, with a Saxon sun dial over it. It was extended, including the tower, in the 15th century, and in the 1840s the north aisle was added and the chancel rebuilt. There are also a series of Saxon carvings, each of fine workmanship and well-preserved. The font is from the 15th century, and includes a carving of the Green Man - a fertility symbol with pre-Christian origins.

We currently have a Bronze award and are working towards a Silver award.

Music and Worship

Book of Common Prayer Services

Groups, Courses and Activities

Pilgrim course

Help for Visitors

Guidebooks / Notes
Church Open

Other Features