Built in the style of the Decorated/Perpendicular period of gothic architecture, this church was designed by Arthur Young and built of stone in 1907.
It has transepts, although no aisles and has a sturdy central embattled tower. Here is a view of the west end.
A lower angle view shows the substantial nature of the architecture.
There is a war memorial in in the church yard. Its extraordinary how different the stone looks with a different lighting/viewing angle.
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