St Mary’s Church was built between 1182 and 1195 as a chapel to the adjacent castle (now just a tree-covered mound behind the church). In 1767 a terrible fire nearly destroyed the church and as a result the north aisle was removed and the Norman arches filled in. It was restored in the 19th century.
The church is open every day so please call in & look around. Whether you’re moving into the area or just passing through, you can be sure of a warm welcome.TO FIND OUT OUR SERVICE TIMES OR OTHER DETAILS OF FORTHCOMING EVENTS PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE