For this church:
The stone used for the walls was quarried within a mile of the church and is known as Gedling stone. This material is used in Burton Joyce church, St Peter’s Nottingham, the old Trent Bridge and in Nottingham Castle. Most of the masonry takes the form of coursed rubble except for the ashlar in the tower.
The cut stone forming the windows, arcade piers and arches and the chancel arch is Mansfield stone which can be seen in Southwell Minster.