Facilities and features
Disabled access at Lychgate entrance
Welcome at services - in fact all dogs are welcome!
Please ask, gluten-free biscuits are available.
The Church dates from the late 12th Century with the Chancel probably 13th Century, it is otherwise 13th, 14th and 15th Century.
It consists of a Chancel, Nave, South Aisle, North Vestry, South Porch and West Tower.
The Church was restored by G.E. Street in 1852.
Music and Worship
Look out for notices about concerts in church.
Our 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month services of Holy Communion are accompanied by organ, the 2nd Sunday of the month we either use piped music or sing unaccompanied.
4th Sunday of the month, at 8am, our service of Holy Communion is BCP.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Please contact the Benefice Office if you would like to take brass rubbings.
Help for Visitors
Free leaflet about the church is available on the table as you enter the church.
9.30am to dusk
In a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)