The lower part of the tower is Norman.
The nave interior, lit by the clerestory, has a 14th century (Perpendicular) arcade and south aisle. The windows in the south aisle are seen here.
The stout tower is Norman in its lower stages, with a small round headed window.
St Margaret's is in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust.
The chancel at St Margaret's is of the Early English period with a later - possibly seventeenth century - east end.
Among the graffiti in the porch is this image of a simple four-sailed post mill.
The chancel arch at St Margaret's is Norman - unmoulded and on plain imposts.