This small church was built in 1828. The gabled porch has a pointed arch surmounted by a sandstone cross.
Above a roundel, is the bellcote, with louvred sides and a flat top, formerly battlemented.
The bellcote at St Nicholas' church has been recently rebuilt.
St Nicholas is built of red brick - laid in Flemish bond - with painted ashlar dressings.
The windows are in Gothic style throughout, and there is a tiny facetted chancel at the east end.
At the east end, the simple chancel arch has smaller blank arches to each side.
The plastered walls are lined to resemble ashlar.