The church was built in 1821 and is constructed from gritstone with ashlar dressings and a slate roof.
The tower houses a complement of eight bells and was completed in 1902 to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VII.
Following damage during a severe storm in 1969 the stained glass window in the chancel was replaced.
As I have been walking a lot more recently I have found myself taking more photographs of buildings and in particular churches, I will be adding a few others to my site in due course, particularly ones relatively close to where I live.
Later today I am in Liverpool and hopefully will get time to drive past the docks before it goes dark. Checking AIS there are a number of vessels I have not seen before in port, hopefully they will still be there this afternoon.