The tall greenstone Perpendicular tower is topped by battlements and pinnacles. It was rebuilt in 1881 after it had collapsed.
The 15th century porch, like the tower, has impressive gargoyles!
A fine landmark on the southern edge of the Wolds, St Helenís dates largely from the 14th and 15th centuries, most notably the arcades inside with their interesting carved capitals.
Externally, the church has been much patched and restored. The chancel was rebuilt in limestone in 1867 by G E Street.
Window in the south aisle at St Helen's church.
The 15th century porch, like the tower, has impressive gargoyles.
Gargoyle from the 15th century porch.
The churchyard cross - with some medieval elements - is close by the south door.