Small Neo Gothic church with steeply pitched gabled roof, built circa 1858. The church has corner buttresses, Celtic crosses on every gable and a Gothic bell-cote on the west gable. The windows have Gothic tracery. The interior has a steeply pitched wooden roof and a pointed chancel arch. Stained glass by Ballantine & Gardiner, 1903. Organ by H Jones & Son, 1956.
Services 9.30 am on alternate Sundays (with Kelton).
Open by arrangement
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