St Mary's is a grade I listed building which stands in
the centre of the old village, there has been a church
on this site for more than a thousand years.
With its prominent tower it is a landmark building set
in an idyllic churchyard and dominating the approach
Recent essential works have included recovering the
south aisle roof with sheet lead and the nave and
chancel roofs with Westmoreland slate with stone
ridge cappings. Some areas of damaged stonework
have been replaced.
Improvements to access for the disabled and to toilet
facilities have been undertaken and repair works to
the Kentish Rag rubble walls are amongst work
planned for the future.