The church is set within a rectangular churchyard of 2300 square metres, excluding the vicarage garden; the church building is heavily offset into the north-west corner.
The area is mostly grass with a single mature tree on the southern boundary. The perimeter is mostly cultivated hedges with an entrance off Barn Croft which is closed off by movable bollards. The whole boundary was formerly wire fence and concrete posts, the support posts of which still remain embedded in the later hedge. The western edge of the churchyard is defined by modern wooden fencing and concrete posts which separates the area from adjacent houses.
There is some planting around the area of the church building.
There are no burials.