A very small stone church in a rural location, of 13thc. appearance. The single-cell nave contains 15thc. pews. There is a square-ended chancel, and considerable amounts of brick walling. The church contains a plain font.
Didling is not mentioned in the Domesday Survey.
A very irregular, unlined tub font set on a roughly hewn circular plinth.
|ext. diam.||0.63 m|
|int. diam.||0.45 m|
|max. h. excl. plinth||0.49 m|
|max. h. incl. plinth||0.73 m|