The church is normally open during daylight hours

Getting here

From the outside, one of the most striking features of St Andrew's Church is its beautiful, slender 14th century spire, one of only three ancient spires in the county. The tower houses a glorious ring of six bells, four of which date from medieval times. Whilst inside notable features include the medieval pew ends, the beautiful, fan-vaulted screen, a pulpit with splendid carved wooden panels and an east window containing an interesting collection of stained-glass fragments.


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