Yet another view from the south-east.
St Peter's church viewed from a similar angle but at a much earlier date.
Peter Kirk Collection, 1990
The church has a Decorated broach spire and an Early English nave.
From the Perpendicular period come the north windows and clerestory.
Fowler's restoration of 1879 was responsible for the south porch and
chancel east wall. There is a notable monument of 1605 to the Armyne
Locked with no key-holder information.
Mark Acton, 2018
A well weathered label stop to a hood mould in the form of a head.
The porch is also in Perpendicular style of the fifteenth century.
This attractive sundial on the south face of the tower has recently been restored.
The church has a fine fifteenth century tower with broach spire.There are slender angle buttresses.