The church is recorded in Domesday (1086) and consists of a modified early nave with later chancel, probably overlying a predecessor.  The walls are made of flint rubble, the north wall having the flints arranged in a loose herringbone fashion.  There are 3 early Romanesque windows, 2 of which are blocked.  The north door also appears Saxon and is similarly blocked.


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