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Westerfield Church is Grade I listed by English Heritage for the following reaons:

> The church has a high survival of C14 , C15 and earlier fabric including a west tower of distinction
> The C15 hammerbeam roof is exceptionally fine in quality and craftsmanship and includes intact carved demi-figures on the hammerbeams and corbels
> There is an intricately carved late medieval font
> The interior fixtures and fittings include C19 stained glass by Morris and Co. and Powells and C20 furniture by H. Munro Cautley.

There was a church here when the Domesday Survey was carried out and parts of the building date from the Norman period.   A Church Room extension was constructed in 1987 and includes a kitchen and toilet.