This tiny church was rebuilt in 1826 and the chancel remodelled in 1863.
The view from the west of St Andrew's shows the largely cleared, open churchyard.
The bellcote at the west end of the nave was part of the reconstruction of 1826.
View of the church from the south-west.
St Andrew's has a single bell housed in a bellcote over the west end of the church.
Inside the church of St Andrew can be seen a pulpit and altar rails of the 17th century, a medieval font, and a small stone with 10th century interlace carving.
Interior of St Andrew's church. The box pews and pulpit, said to date from the seventeenth century, are of simple construction, painted off-white.
A small piece of early interlace carving has been built into the south wall of the church.
Royal Arms of George IV dated 1825.