The church is set in delightful rural setting and has a remarkable collection of medieval continental woodwork, as well as fine windows by Willement, and a 14th century stained glass window.
The 14th and 15th century exterior of the large church conceals an earlier core, evident in details such as a 13th century lancet window in the north wall and three early roundels above the pillars of the south arcade.
The interior of the church was much restored in the 1880s. The fine woodwork in the chancel was repaired at that time, and remains one of the best features of the church.
The Perpendicular screen still has its entrance gates into the chancel, and behind it are 15th century choir stalls with misericords.