Set on top of a hill, there are fine views to the south from this building. Sadly the building was locked so pictures of the interior were not possible.
These interesting blocked arches are on the north wall of the chancel.
Here is St Michael himself welcoming churchgoers from above the north porch.
From the 1882 Kelly's directory:
"The church of St. Michael and All Angels consists of chancel and nave and an embattled tower containing 6 bells : the church was beautifully restored by the late Sir G. G. Scott B.A. at the cost of the patron : there is a carved oak pulpit and eight stained windows: the chancel is "twisted," deviating consider≠ably from its proper axis. The register dates from the year 1540. The living is a rectory, gross yearly value £445, with residence and 23 acres of glebe, in the gift of Francis Bar≠chard esq. and held since 1856 by the Rev. Augustus William Ward M.A. of Christ Church, Oxford."
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