The church consists of a chancel with S vestry, nave with S aisle, N porch and W tower. While the chancel arch dates from the 12thc., the nave and chancel appear to be 13thc. The tower and S aisle were added in the early 14thc. One of the two bells in the truncated tower is said to date from before 1200. The church was much restored between 1884-89.
Until 1868 the church was served by the clergy of Southwell Minster.
Round-headed, of two orders to W and one to E.
|w. of opening||2.75m|
Plain base with single roll moulding, much damaged, supporting a plain half column with chamfered necking. The capital is multiscallop, with beading following the line of the shields. Above a shallow roll the abacus is carved with zigzag. The impost is hollow chamfered with a row of shallow-carved lozenges on the upright.
S capital: multi-scallop (four cones on the N face and two on the E face). The shields are circular and recessed slightly.
Cox (1912) describes a Norman font of sandstone on five pillars. Although his description matches the current font, this has obviously been recut.