A tranquil and sacred space with lots of heart in a 15th century church with some parts dating even earlier.
Lots to enjoy including a rare vaulted wooden rood screen and loft, Jacobean pulpit, restored wall paintings, and a piscina dating from 1400s. A peal of 8 bells, unusual in a small country church, is practised and rung weekly. The churchyard cross dates from 1300s and the churchyard yew tree is notable, more than 440 years old.
Complete church records are available and accessible on heritage days held annually. Brochures are available to describe all the major features. A lovely village pub The Lion, serves food only a few steps away. This is a walkers paradise and a new toilet and a servery means visitors can rest and reflect on their visit.