This Grade II* listed church is built in Saxon and Early English style of local sandstone iand is located in a beautiful rural setting. The roof is partly covered with stone slate and there is a shingle spire. The church consists of chancel, nave of three bays, south porch and a low western tower with spire. There is a Norman door on west end of tower.
The Partnership Grant heped the church to carry out urgent stonework repair around the stained glass windows.