Situated on top of a hill with fantastic views of sea and heath.
Inside you find a large, light, open and very peaceful space. A 15th c. church built on the site of an earlier church of which the 13th c. tower remains.
There is a ruined chapel in the churchyard. It has a high, elegant oak arch-braced roof. The 15th c. octagonal lion font has carved panels.
Remains of the painted rood screen dated 1513 were defaced during the Reformation. There is fabulous ship graffiti dating back to the 16th c. on the choir stalls and screen