Unfortunately, when I went to the church itself it was closed, but I will be returning to see what wonders it holds, in the near future.
There has been a church on this site since the 11th century. The original Saxon church was replaced by a Norman one in 1090. It was further rebuilt in 1394 and in 1682 the stone tower was added.
The church has been damaged by fire on three separate occasions: 1545, 1897 and during the Blitz, when it was completely gutted. Thankfully, the church was fully restored by using the renovation pans of 1545.
The church was Grade I listed on January 4, 1950.