St Cuthbert’s is a small church with Norman features, a striking 12th century tower and arches, fascinating glass, memorials and evidence of early wall paintings.
It has a preconquest knot work stone and a 10th to 11th century grave cover with three vertical rows of interlace which formed the sill of the west doorway. In 1964 the Saxon stone had been cleaned and stood within the church. The church font is a small marble bowl that is said to date from 1755. There is a recently restored organ and a beautiful east window. The site of the church was once a priory founded in 1155.