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Its old red sandstone walls are stippled with uneven grains of the sand, from burnished reds and ochres to pools of olive green.
This is ‘a church that the Victorians largely forgot’, and the interior of this tiny church is rich with 18th-century woodwork: box-pews, pulpit, altar rail with twisted balusters, and the larger, commodious squire’s pew in the chancel — all curiously juxtaposed with the medieval rood loft.
The north side of the nave is completely windowless, setting its face against the harsh weather.
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