All Saints is an impressive church in a mixture of architectural styles.
Of particular note are the Early English arcades of c1190 and the 13th century transept with its huge window.
The building retains two 18th century wall paintings, and has a fine carved Norman font.
Window in the south wall of the chancel.
A bench end in the chancel showing the Devil licking the back of someone at prayer.
Mark Acton, 2016
An eighteenth-century painting of Death on the west wall in an arched panel.
An eighteenth-century painting of Time, complete with scythe and hour-glass, on the west wall in an arched panel.