The church has an early Norman nave, including a surviving, small window in the south wall and the south door. The chancel dates from the 13th century and the south porch from the 14th century. The building was restored in 1860 by EW Godwin. In addition to the south doorway, the font also probably dates from the early 12th century.
Domesday Survey records the land at Ditteridge (Digeric in Domesday) as held by William de Eu. Warner held Ditteridge of William. TRE it paid geld for 1 hide and 3 virgates of land. At the time of Domesday there was land for one plough, and 2 villans and 4 cotsets. There was half a mill rendering 5s, 7 acres of meadow, 15 acres of pasture, and 17 acres of scrubland. It was worth 30s. The abbot of Malmesbury leased i hide of this land to Aelfstan.
DCMS Listing Description.
J. Buckler, Unpublished album of drawings. Devizes Museum, vol VIII, plates 27, 68.
N. Pevsner, Buildings of England: Wiltshire. Penguin 1985.