This Grade I listed building is an unusual Georgian church built between 1711 and 1713. It was designed by John Barker and built by William Smith using red sandstone. The church has an east end semi-circular aspe with three large east stained glass windows by William Warrington. It is thought to be one of the largest 18th churches in Wiltshire, outside Shrewsbury.
The maintenance grant has enabled the church to replace four asbestos nave roof space ventilators with triangular lead vents.