Facilities and features


The toilets are situated in the church rooms near the entrance to the churchyard. They are normally only open on Sunday mornings and during other church events

Parking very near the entrance to the church is limited but parking around the village green is also available

Please use our sensory guide - designed in conjunction with Chapel Green School for pupils with special needs.

There are steps at the main (south) door into the church, however the north door can be opened from the inside and provides a level entrance, a ramp is also available to make access for wheelchairs easier

Please set your hearing aid accordingly

Assistance dogs are welcome

Please use our memory friendly sensory guide to enhance your experience of our building

Our Building

We have some fascinating medieval stained glass as well as Victorian windows (including one by the Kempe studios)

The church building is open every day for visitors and private prayer, from about 9.30 to sunset

The Church is Grade 1 listed

Music and Worship

We have a set of bells rung using an Ellacombe apparatus, which is a mechanism devised for performing change ringing on church bells by striking stationary bells with hammers.


On the first Tuesday of each month at 10.00 am

Groups, Courses and Activities

Help for Visitors

A fully illustrated church history/guide book is available in the church for a donation (minimum requested £2.00).
Two free leaflets - A 'sensory guide', for those with special needs, and a 'Heritage detective trail' guide for younger visitors, are also available, to help everyone enjoy their visit

A plan of the churchyard, with a list of names known to have a gravestone, is available at the back of the church to help those researching family history or looking for relatives graves. This plan was created some time ago and some names are included in the list where the gravestone may no longer be legible, but it should still be possible to identify the grave from the plan.

Information about the heraldry represented in the medieval windows is also available

The church is open every day from about 9.30 to sunset

Other Features

The churchyard is maintained as a conservation area, to enhance wildlife including wildflowers