About Us

In the middle ages, the manor of Haugh (pronounced Huff) was owned by the de Hagh family, until they died out and it passed on to their relatives, the Bolle family, sometime in the late 15th century.

The church, a grade I listed building, is a simple two cell structure, with an early Norman chancel arch, and mostly 14th and 15th century masonry, and is for the most part a mausoleum to these two local families.

The 15th century font is eight sided and decorated with a wonderful window tracery pattern.

There is a grand monument with kneeling effigies of Sir John Bolle and his family who died in 1606.