Only some fragments of herringbone masonry survive in the chancel south wall.  Unusually the most noticeable part of this is made primarily of Roman bricks, although the flintwork surrounding this work is laid similarly.  The chancel north window is also Romanesque and deeply splayed.  Apparently the south wall of the nave also once had herringbone work, but this has been covered up.  The church appears in Domesday.


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