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A beautiful Grade I listed church with Norman origins and fourteenth century fabric. It has a fine display of windows of the period, and good painted glass by Kempe in the East window.
The North doorway is 12th century, and the brick tower early 18th century except the base which is 14th century. Notable are the interesting carvings on the oak structures in the Chancel and Sanctuary completed between 1887 - 1899 by local boys taught by the vicar.