A ‘Columban’ church, thought to have been a place of worship since 11th century. The present building of 1792, set back within its churchyard, was refurbished after a fire in 1924. Features a pitch-pine roof, Arts & Crafts stained glass windows and carvings by pupils of the Misses Martineau from London.
Open by arrangement
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