The brick and greensand church tower of St Michael's can be seen on a hillside above the main road and the church has great views over gently rolling countryside. The walls show clear signs of alterations over the centuries: there was once a south aisle and the near windowless north wall may have been adjacent to monastic buildings. Prominent inside is the exquisite Norman chancel arch with carved capitals; above it, a medieval wall painting depicts a crowned head. There is also a I7th century pulpit and some interesting monuments.
Opening Times 2-3 September