This round-towered church is dedicated to St Mary, the Virgin. It has parts dating from the Saxon era (triangular bell openings) as well as the Norman era (the tower arch). The round tower is probably one of the oldest in the county. The stained-glass windows by Charles Kempe and J Powell & Son are particularly noteworthy.
The church is on the care of the Diocesan Churches Trust. Services are held here 6 times per year. Please visit our website and view the "For you diary" page to see the schedule of services throughout the benefice.