The church of St John Baptist was built in 1839-40. It has a very small porch and a bellcote over the west gable.
The architect of St John Baptist church was Robert Ellis of Fleet. It has a short chancel and is in Gothic style with pointed arch windows.
The church is built in Gothic style using red brick laid in English bond with dentilated cornices and hood moulds over the windows.
Limestone is used for splays in the buttresses and in the construction of the bellcote.
A relatively modern font, probably dating from the construction of the church in 1840.
The interior of the church is plastered and whitewashed, It has a hammerbeam roof structure with crossed braces.