1879-80. A church, built in roughly coursed rubble with ashlar dressings, in the late gothic style. A simple rectangular building without aisles or separate chancel. Vestry on the north. A nice gabled porch on the south. Decorated bargeboards and other detail An elegant octagonal fleche marks the position of the chancel. The side windows are all square headed, the west window has a segmental hood and the east window a pointed one.
The graveyard when I visited, though the grassed areas are maintained overall there are signs of neglect and many stones have been overcome by plant and tree growth. There are quite large areas that are devoid of any gravestones at all. Many though are in good condition and several interesting old stones have survived




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