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Short, plain tower with a pyramid roof and a projecting stair turret. A charming interior of various periods. The early twelfth-century chancel arch is flanked by a thirteenth-century niche and a squint with fourteenth-century tracery. The south arcade is thirteenth-century. A nave roof beam has a restoration date of 1635. On the end of a front pew is a carved bishop’s head and in a south aisle window a sixteenth-century Throne of Mercy image.

An aisleless nave with a 13th century Chancel south doorway and an external stair to the rood screen on the north side of the nave. Inside, you can see a nave hammer beam roof.

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