For this church:
The church is largely of Jurassic Lincolnshire limestone. The 12th century doorway is of a golden-coloured Permian magnesian limestone of Yorkshire derivation.
The two presumed Anglo-Saxon stones are of greyish-green sandstone known as Sherwood sandstone usually chosen for sculpture.
Two other stones with carvings are visible in the tower recess: one is in the form of the letter T in the top right hand corner of the stone and one narrow with tapered end has a cross carved along the whole length.
One carved stone is in the vestry – part monument or part carving of an upright figure is unclear.
Externally there is a stone in the lower part of the south aisle with the carving of a cross.