The parish church, is dedicated to Saint James and is grade I listed. Although it was rebuilt in the 15th century, with 16th additions, it has traces of a Norman window above the chancel, as well as other Norman features: carved stones in the walls, the baptismal font and a tympanum. There are old bench-ends, and 15th century glass. In the churchyard is the shaft of a late medieval cross made of granite which has lost its head.
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