Facilities and features


We have recently installed a wheelchair accessible toilet in the Church

There is a defibillator at the Village Hall, 30m from the Church

The Church is generally wheelchair accessible (wide doorways and no steps) but there is one step up to the chancel floor.

Our Building

The tower is 15th century but the main body of the church was rebuilt in the mid 19th century.
The building is Grade II listed (Listed Buildings Ref. 1116023).

Music and Worship

Six bells are hung in the Church Tower and we have a team of campinologists who ring before services and for weddings.
The Bell Captain is Peter Knight .

The electrically blown organ is accommodated in the north wall

Groups, Courses and Activities

Coffee Mornings are held in the Village Hall next door every Thursday 10.00 to 11.30am.

We hold an informal service every 3rd sunday of the month involving children and young families

Help for Visitors

A free Visitors Guide is available in the entrance. The Church is open (morning and afternoon) during the summer months.

The Church is open in the summer months (April to October).

Other Features

There is a wildflower area in the Churchyard