Picturesque setting overlooking Hanwell Castle with its redbrick tower from Tudor period. Grade 1 listed. Dating from the 12th-14th centuries. Norman font. Carved stone figures on capitals in nave. Unusual and unique carved stone friezes on exterior of chancel depicting medieval bestiary – cleaned and conserved in 1996. Monument to Anthony Cope. Cromwell’s horses stabled in church during the Civil War, his soldiers damaging various sculptures. Unusal clock with no face.
Access: Level access. Small car park off narrow lane. Alternative parking on main road.