All that remains of the 15th-century church is the tower; the body of the church was rebuilt in 1773 and recast in 1886 by William Young who added two aisle on the south the match the post-Reformation burial aisles on the north. Stained glass by Edward Frampton, London 1889. Eighth-century cross. Marble monument attributed to Canova.
Repairs are being carried out (2015), so opening hours are restricted to the weekend when the contractor is not working.
Open Sat & Sun, Easter to September holiday 10.00am to 4.00 pm, or by arrangement
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