This little church stands on a knoll above the hamlet it serves. It has a most impressive porch attached to the south tower. Inside there are benches on both sides where the farmers had to wait before being summoned by the rector to pay their tithes. The doorway into the church is Norman replete with zigzag. The rest of the building is 15c in origin. There is a splendid harmonium to provide the music and an Elizabethan pulpit with arabesque panels. Impressive woodwork in the roof.
The Trust gratefully acknowledges text by Robin Adeney and Photograph DHCT©