The slender tower of St Mary’s is built of chalk and ironstone.
The lower stage is 15th century, while the bell stage is 19th century work.
The chancel windows are Perpendicular, whereas the 14th century east window is Decorated with fine flowing tracery.
St Mary’s is essentially a 14th century building. The brick porch, however, was built in the 18th century and is a somewhat incongruous addition.
St Mary’s is constructed largely of chalk and limestone with many blocks of striking ironstone. Both nave and chancel have large Perpendicular windows.
An earlier view of the church.
Jews' Court collection, 1977