St Martin


There is no stained glass in the church, which gives it an unusually light ambience.

There is intersecting tracery only in the chancel. Most of the windows are to the south side of the church, with only one window in the north wall of the nave and no windows in the north wall of the chancel.

The nave has to the east, a 16th century round-headed triple lancet with splayed mullions in a coved and chamfered square headed reveal.