We hope you enjoy these photographs, please wait while they load. Further contributions of pictures of old houses, farms, monumental inscriptions, landscapes or previous residents of the parish are always welcome. All photographs Lynda Mudle-Small, October 2003

As you approach from the road the tower greets you and the main entrance at the base of  the tower. It was constructed pre-1450

A view from south-east showing some of the gravestones and a chest tomb

The chancel is separated from the nave by a screen made of Ham Hill stone

The alter and to one side of the chancel is a 13th century piscina.

A memorial to John MINTERNE and Elienor his wife and Ruth their daughter. John died in 1705. These memorials were originally in the MInterne chapel and were placed in the tower when the chapel was lost in the rebuilt and restoration of 1864.

The font is unusual. The stem is an octagonal Norman column of Ham Hill stone. The basin is of a different stone, probably Portisham and of an even earlier date having some very simple ornamentation. There are signs that it may have originally been painted.





Left. A view from the church of the scattering of cottages that is the village