Sadly locked when we visited, the church is set back from the road and is surrounded by trees. It was heavily restored in 1876, but needed urgent attention again in 1902 when the bell turret and chancel had to be rebuilt. The latter retains a 13th century priest's door and some Norman herring bone masonry.
Inside, the pulpit is all that remains of a three-decker; the sounding board has found new function as a table top in the vestry.
Here is the east end - there seems to have been recent restoration work.
Apart from two 16th century tie beams, the roof was renewed in pine. The belfry contains an ancient tenor bell, bearing an inscription to St Michael. It was cast at the London foundry of William Dawe between 1390 and 1420.
Here is a final view of the church from the north east.
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