The church erected in the fourteenth century on the cruciform plan, consisted of a chancel, nave, north transept and a porch. Originally, the now non-existent, south transept also adjoined the temple. The western tower was built at the end of the 15th century or around 1500. In its south-western part there is a staircase, and the whole is topped with a parapet and battlement on protruding corbels. The Norman baptismal font has survived from the original equipment of the church.
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