About this church
Dating from Norman times, it has been closed for worship and then reopened at least twice, and boasts a decorated font and lovely, rustic organ. Some say that smugglers used to hide out here!
The oldest parts of the church are Norman, with a mishmash of later additions. The font is a simple Norman chalice design set upon a later base with carved foliage decoration.
The most interesting interior feature is a lovely rustic organ near the pulpit. This is beautifully carved and appears to be 18th century work. There are small carved pedestals in the sanctuary of medieval date, now used to hold vases of flowers.