About this church
It comprises a central tower, nave, chancel and porch. The nave is Norman, and has two excellent Norman doorways. The southern one is better preserved, protected by a 15th century porch.
Its tympanum is particularly interesting, with a carving of a cross, above which are a circle and a bird, and flanked by two strange creatures. As so often, the meaning of these symbols and creatures is open to interpretation. The Norman north doorway is weathered, but shows the Harrowing of Hell.
There is further Norman stonework on the chancel tower arch, with zigzag decoration, and also with human heads and a centaur.
Among the furnishings are a number of 15th century bench ends and a font of about the same date.