St Mary’s Church is a grade 1 listed building, originally dating from the 8th century and founded on a monastery which was a centre of stone carving.
It was re-modelled and extended in the Early-English style in the 13th century and still retains many features from that period. The Victorian restoration was sympathetic and left us with a legacy of a famed three manual organ and a ring of six bells, both of which are in regular use.
Sunday services are held at 10.45 a.m., mainly Eucharist but with a family service monthly. A Sunday school and play space are available at the west-end.