Sadly this church was locked, despite it being a Sunday afternoon, so external pictures of this very fine and unusual 18th century church must suffice. The church was rebuilt completely by the Earl of Westmorland in 1746, about half a mile north west of its original position. The portico and wide overhang of the roof are distinguishing features.
A poor picture into the sun from the north east. The tower, which Pevsner says is copied from that at St Martin-in-the Fields, contains six bells.
And finally a view from the south west.
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