As you enter through its unassuming west façade you are reminded of just how old it is!
As I pushed open the heavy doors I wondered were they 12th or 15th century?
Turning around after you enter lets you see the delightful small round stained-glass windows that from the outside go almost unnoticed..
It is a small church consisting of the original 112 century nave and square bell tower with the apse,additions to the nave and side chapels added in the 15th.
Behind the main alter is a stained-glass widow depicting Jesus flanked by St Peter and St Paul.
The light in the church gave us this view of the church pews.
Where's Joan?...she's back this week in all her splendour.
If you choose to do one of the walks around this little village you should make a point of looking in!