Stands on hilltop overlooking the village.  Grade 1 listed.  Excellent example of medieval church.  Dating from Norman to 13th/14th century.  Three fine early English doorways.  Large wall-painting of St Christopher, with earliest depiction of rod and line anglers in this country, fishing by light of the stars.  Four architectural periods harmonised:  Norman walls to chancel and font, through early English, Decorated and Perpendicular.  Two 16th century stained glass windows.  Major restoration 1950.

Access: Two steps but reasonably level.  Onstreet car parking.

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