Hall church with semi-octagonal gallery, built 1800-03 by George Burn, ‘urbane, but isolated in its churchyard’. Four large Gothic windows on the south side, classical pediment on the north side topped with octagonal tower and spire. Interior altered 1875 by William C Joass, Jacobean-style pulpit with sounding board. Stained glass by James Steel & Co and Abbey Studio.
Sunday: 11.30 am September-May, 9.15 (in hall) June, July, August.
Open by arrangement
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