This is a charming thatched roofed church with many things of interest. It is set on a slight incline next to the village hall .
Exterior…..The first thing which took my eye was the table tomb placed adjacent to the south wall of the church near the porch. It is for the Rev. William Fenn a former rector of this parish (1666-1668) who died in 1678. He had been forced from this living by Cromwell’s men because of his loyalty to King Charles 1st …he was lucky to escape the fate of so many of the clergy at that tumultuous time. He had been so well like by his parishioners that they provided this tombstone for him when he died…His tombstone reads….
“Here is a stone to sitt upon, Under which lies in hope to rise, To y day of blisse and happinesse Honest John Fenn, The Sonn Of William Fenn, Clarke and late Rector of this Parish. Being turned out of this liveing and sequestered for His loyalty to the late King Charles the First He departed this life The 22nd Day of October Anno Dom 1678”