Dating from Norman times, our church will give you a sense of the history of the area whose name derives from ‘Anastan’ a solitary stone and is known to have had prehistoric settlements in the area.
The chancel and porch were added in the 14th century, while the tower was built in the late 15th century. The porch has original carvings of a face and a scallop shell in the roof beams.
There is a lovely triptych stained glass east window picturing St George, St Peter & Christ. Other windows are of cathedral glass in diamonds. There are some interesting monuments on the walls, including war memorials for the First and Second World Wars. There is a stone font.