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Although the church has been a centre of worship since Norman times and probably earlier, the present building dates from 1862. It is primarily a stone, flint and tile building of that period but it incorporates the original Norman Chancel Arch.
It has been described as “a modest but thoroughly realized work of the Romanesque Revival …. with the character of the building as a cruciform plan”. It is that cruciform shape and magnificent barrel-vaulted roof that are the features which have governed the reordering project carried out in 2009.
The grave of the last man hanged for horse stealing in England is in the south-east portion of the churchyard