Late medieval church, with aisleless nave, central tower and chancel. Plain font, of uncertain date. There are some Romanesque carved fragments built into the interior nave walls.
In 1086 Hampton was held by Evesham Abbey. The church was a chapel of Evesham until the Dissolution.
Five carved stones are set into the nave walls, three in the N wall and one each in the S and W walls. They are all rectangular in shape, ranging from between 0.33 m and 0.38 m in length, and carved with one row of lateral chevrons, emphasized by reeding and with pellets between the points.
Plain, conical, with repairs at the rim, on a square plinth with rectangular lower section.
The Victoria History of the Counties of England. Worcestershire, vol.II. London 1906, 404-08.
N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Worcestershire. Harmondsworth 1968, 183.