About this church
The church is mainly 14th century, built by Sir William de Etchingham, Lord of the Manor. The church was orignally contained within the Manor's grounds and moat, but the railway station now stands in the place of the long since disappeared Manor building.
Following a devastating flood in 2000, the church has been restored and fortunately made a full recovery. It has what is probably the oldest brass weathervane in England, still in its original position on top of the tower.