Attractive Georgian-style building of 1826 with hipped roof and harled masonry walls. Simple rectangular plan with vestry to rear, front façade dominated by a pediment and short tower. Lancet windows have fine fenestration. Symmetry in front and side elevations maintained by trompe-l’œil windows. Inside, a fine tiered precentor’s box and pulpit.
Appeal for £150k commenced June 2012 to enable major repairs to be carried out. Urgent works have commenced September 2013
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