Facilities and features
There is a composting toilet available in the churchyard.
Cars are welcome to park on the grass to the north of the church. In wet weather it is probably safer to park on the track or on the verge. The last Winebego that visited had a lot of difficulty getting off again!
An aluminium ramp is available, but the main entrance is very steep. Access for wheelchairs is easier through the vestry.
Assistance dogs (and other well behaved dogs) are welcome in church.
The building dates from the 14th century and is listed as a grade 2* listed. The west end and the choir and chancel were extensively repaired to a high standard in Victorian times. Under the carpet in the choir are a number of pavement slabs which are little uneven. Anyone wanting to see the pavement slabs can do so by arrangement with the churchwardens, but needs to bring several people capable of lifting the oak furniture and restoring the carpet and furniture to its present position afterwards.
Music and Worship
The organ was built by Bishop and Sons towards the end of the 19th century, and was erected by voluntary contributions, with Sir Edward Mann paying for the building of the organ chamber in 1900.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Help for Visitors
Wednesday 10am to 4pm