The village of Whitton sits above the Humber. Its tower and tower arch are Norman.
The rest is the work of W Bassett Smith in the 1890s.
St Johnís is that rarest of things in the area Ė an unlocked church.
Mark Acton, April 2015
St John's fine tower dates from the Norman period, though Pevsner considers that the bell-openings are later.
The view of St John's from the south-east.
Bassett Smith's work of the 1890s provided windows in late thirteenth century style.
Whitton St John's prominent position overlooking the Humber estuary is evident in this view from the south-west.
The tower arch leading from the nave has survived from the Norman period.