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Space is limited in St Nicholas, so please prebook with Hilary Deakin via email to ensure a place at each of our services:

General Information

We welcome everyone...

The church is open in daylight hours. There is off-road parking outside the church gate.

Access to a toilet is available during services and events.

The church is accessed by tarmac path. The entrance and the body of the church are all on one level.

St Nicholas is a hospitable place and we welcome all visitors whether worshipping with us, attending one of our Folk music events or appreciating the church’s calm and history.


Hilary Deakin

Mark Cracknell


To learn how to donate to St Nicholas church, visit its fundraising page.


Station Rd,





St Nicholas is a beguilingly simple church sitting at one end of the village green.

It dates from the mid-thirteenth century, though naturally with a few later additions.

Inside are remains of a series of fourteenth-century wall paintings thought to depict St George Slaying the Dragon and the Seven Corporal Acts of Mercy. The church is divided by an unusual stone chancel screen with stairs originally for access to the rood loft.

In the eighteenth-century the roof was renovated, initials and the date of 1708 on one of the rafters being testament to this, and a recent addition of a servery and toilet, installed by local craftsmen, is the twenty-first century‘s contribution to the continuing life of the church building.