About the church

Built: 11th - 12th century
Listing: grade 2

A delightful church seating a congregation of approximately 60 in a prominent position on high ground with extensive views to the South West. It is largely 11th and 13th century with Victorian and recent additions, all of which successfully complement one another.

The church is constructed of clunch with an infilling of flint and Kentish ragstone quoins and dressings. It has brick and stone buttresses with tiled shoulders and the Chancel and north side are rendered.