A charming 1865 rebuild of a tiny village church which has been the centre of worship for the hamlet for over a thousand years.
There are two doors into the nave; the main one has over it a Norman tympanum with carvings that include birds in a tree, the Lamb of God, and a centaur firing a bow at a lion.
There are further interesting carvings on the outside of the church, including a serpent like dragon being slain, geometrical shapes and gargoyles.
The interior is full of interest, including the imposing Norman chancel arch with its three orders of billet, zig zag and lozenge shapes. The font is 12th century, while the pulpit and communion rails are from the 17th century. The very large reredos is 20th century.