Constructed 1453 as a collegiate church and parish church with the nave divided between the two. Unified at the Reformation and restored 1888-89 by Thomas Saunders Robertson. During the restoration, oak board paintings of the Crucifixion and of saints and rood screen doors dating from from the pre-Reformation church of the 15th century. Stained glass commemorates the Gray family which founded the church. Cross-slab gravestone in graveyard.
Sunday 10.00 am in 2014 – January, March, April, July, September & November
Open by arrangement
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