About this church
The church was built in the 12th century, extended in the 13th century with a south aisle and enlarged again in the 14th century.
Located within are monuments to the Huddleston family, including a fine 15th century carved alabaster tomb chest of rare beauty and workmanship. It consists of the reclining effigies of a man and a woman, with the representation of six angels on either side, each bearing a scroll.
Although the communion rail contains work from the 1630s and the box pews remain, many of its interior features are Victorian.
There are several interesting stained glass windows and a vesical window. In the churchyard are further monuments to the Huddlestons, including a sundial.