The church is in the centre of the village, a modestly sized medieval building, cruciform in shape with Norman arches. Between 60 and 80 are seated comfortably. The chancel has strong supportive arches on each side to support the bell tower, which allegedly came down in the 16th or 17th century, but there is no record at all! Featured in the 2014 Diocesan publication to celebrate "100 Years, 100 Treasures” the church is admired for its stained glass including of St Bridget feeding the beggars, bench ends of pet dog, squirrel and penguin, and history notes that a family dynasty of vicars was responsible for the Anglican revival in this parish.
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