The church comprises a W tower, a nave jointly roofed with an early 13thc. N aisle (sometimes mistakenly referred to as a twin nave), a transept and a square chancel.
A church of 'Findune' is mentioned in the Domesday Book. About 1155 it was served by a secular clerk but by 1210 there was a rector. It was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1867-68.
|l. (original section)||0.145m|
|l. (original section)||0.11m|
The profile of this comprises an upright with a half-roll, and a sloping lower surface, also with a roll. Above the lower roll cusps alternate with triangular forms; beneath it, on a surface flush with the wall plane, are shallow cusps.
The profile is unusual, comprising an upright curving into a sloping lower surface without clear definition. The lower surface is carved with triangulated foliage motifs with cusped edges. Triangles of fluted leaf forms interlock with triangles of lobed leaf forms.
|diam. (external )||0.73 m|
|diam. (internal)||0.56 m|