Facilities and features


Two toilets are available one of which is equipped for disabled people.

The disabled toilet has a drop down baby changing table

There is a bike rack at the entrance from the car park with secure fastening posts

The field immediately south of the church is available for car parking. There is a cattle grid at the entrance from the road. Users of the car park do so at their own risk. The field is not owned by the PCC. The vicar, church wardens and PCC accept no responsibility for its use.

One of the two toilets is equipped for disabled people.

Two parking spaces in the car park nearest the church are reserved for disabled drivers and passengers. A blue badge is not required.

There is a defibrillator attached to the church notice board near the road.

The entrances to the Church and the Community Hall are flat.

Hearing (induction) Loop

Assistance dogs are welcome at any service or event.

Our Building

Mid 19th and 20th century stained glass windows.

Grade 2 listed

Music and Worship

The church is used for small concerts.


The Wednesday morning Holy Communion uses the Book of Common Prayer. All other services use Common Worship.

Groups, Courses and Activities

The church runs regular social events and the Community Hall is available for bookings for events of all types.

A number of community groups used the Community Hall on a regular basis including u3a Gardening, Yoga, Bridge, National Trust and others.

Help for Visitors

The church is generally open on Saturday mornings from 10am to 12pm for visitors.

Other Features

Both the church and Community Hall have audio-visual equipment available.

See the Community Hall page.