The plan of this church is rather odd in that the W tower, 14thc., does not align with the nave arcades, which are primarily of the 13thc. The transepts, based on their windows, are of the 13thc. on the S and of the 14th/early 16thc. on the N, as is the chancel. The S arcade is one bay shorter to the W than the N and in place of this extra bay is a Romanesque S doorway. There are also two reset 12thc. fragments in the E wall of the vestry, one loose fragment in the nave, and a Transitional wall piscina in the chancel.
The village is mentioned in the Domesday Survey but no church is recorded.