This Grade I church has a fine late Romanesque arcade.
A Grade I listed church on the Macmillan Way footpath through the Cotswolds.
The church has a 12th century nave and 13th century tower. Features inside include a large Norman font, ancient pulpit, wall painting of text of Lords Prayer and Commandments (1663), stained glass (Kempe) and Blomfield designed chancel.
One of the 4 bells is one of the nation's oldest (1520).
The church was inspiration for the Harwood hymn tune for 'Let all the world'.
In a rural setting adjacent to Doomsday Book listed house, Luckington Court, the church featured in BBC 'Pride and Prejudice'.