St.Mary's Church is a Grade I listed building, over 900 years old with an early English chancel; the aisle was rebuilt in 1868 when the chancel was restored. The Church has two fonts, the oldest is late Norman, being circular in shape and resting on a large central pillar. The nave is separated from the south aisle by an arcade consisting of four Early English arches.
There is a side altar on the south side, St.George's Chapel, with a commemorative Roll of Honour.
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