Facilities and features
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The toilet is equipped to the level required by wheelchair users. Ramps, which are necessary for wheelchair access, are available.
The access road to the church is narrow and provides only a very limited space for parking two or three cars.
There is a defibrillator in the red 'phone box' in the centre of the village.
Moveable ramps can be provided at the stepped entrance. Advance notice is necessary
The church is listed grade 2. The tower, believed to date from about 1240AD, is the oldest identifiable structure but some traces of an older nave can be found. The major part of the building dates from a reconstruction in about 1300AD by Walter de Langton, Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. A clerestory running the whole length of the nave and chancel was added during the early fifteenth century
Music and Worship
There are three bells on plain bearings. They are serviceable, but infrequently rung
Groups, Courses and Activities
Help for Visitors
A 67 page illustrated booklet, describing the building and its history, is on sale.
Notes for visitors are available free.
The church is normally open from about 10am to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday during May to September. Facilities for refreshments are made availble free of charge.