Facilities and features


We have 2 small toilets available.
They are not wheelchair friendly.

Baby Changing Facilities
Car Park / Parking Available
Accessible car parking

Level access entrance into the church via the door under the clock tower.
You have to go outside of the church to gain level access to the church meeting room and toilets.

Hearing (induction) Loop

Our Building

Stained Glass

The church is a Grade1 listed building, founded in 1174 when the existing Nave was constructed. The church is built of magnesium limestone probably taken from local quarries. Subsequently, the Chancel was added in the 14th century with the two aisles in the 13th and 14th centuries. The Tower and Spire were constructed in the 15th century. In Victorian times, the vestry and porch were added. In the last few decades, internal re-ordering work moved the organ from the Chancel to a balcony next to the Tower and a sizeable extension was added to provide a meeting room, kitchen and toilets. Internally, there are many fixtures common to many historic churches, including an 18th century Reredos screen behind the altar and a curious ancient effigy.
The churchyard and lawn areas have a beautiful view overlooking the village and surrounding area

Music and Worship

Bell Ringing
Book of Common Prayer Services

At some services a group of musicians often including keyboard, violin, guitar and vocals lead the worship.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Held in the Church Hall.

Help for Visitors

Other Features