For this church:
Chancel and south aisle chapel (Lady Chapel) 1858.
Nave, aisles and tower 1879.
Significant Interior Features
Clerestory of seven windows above north and south sides of nave; north and south aisles on either side of nave; Lady Chapel to south of chancel. All C19th.
Timbers and roofs
Saddleback roof on tower.
Slated roofs on tower and Lady Chapel.
Tiled roofs on chancel, vestry, nave, north and south aisles.
Steel and cast iron frame by Taylors of Loughborough, 1947.
Not scheduled for preservation. Grade 5
Excavations and potential for survival of below-ground archaeology
No recorded excavations have been undertaken. The C19th rebuildings are likely to have caused very high disturbance to below ground archaeology of the present building’s predecessors, but some earlier stratigraphy may survive in isolated areas. The extent of pre-C19th archaeology in the churchyard is unknown.
The overall potential for the survival of below-ground archaeology in the churchyard is considered unknown and below the present interior floors is considered to be low.