The church is medieval in origin, with the earliest parts believed to date from the reign of King John (1166-1216). It was extended in the fourteenth and again in the sixteenth century, with further restoration in 1896 and again in 1909-10.
Captain Thomas died of burns received in a flying accident in 1918, and this plaque was erected by one of his comrades of the battle of the Somme of 1916.
Aged 100 years.
This tomb is described in the notice shown below.
Vernon Handley, known as "Tod", a conductor, was particularly known for his support of British composers. He conducted many well known orchestras both in Europe and in the UK.
Unusually, this wall memorial inside the church is made entirely of wood. It remembers William Bovan who died in 1760, aged 66 years, and Rebecca his wife who died in 1762 aged 67 years.
This young man is remembered with a verse by C. Day Lewis.