1839. Said to have been based on the designs of Wharton
Chapel in Cheshire, plans provided by one Captain Fletcher.
Hall church with polygonal apse to E, squat tower to NW.
Coursed rubble walling, buttressed angles and nave. 4-bay
nave divided by gablet buttresses, single lancets with deep
moulded reveals. Small gabled entrance porch to SE,
pointed-arch doorway, recessed door.
5-sided buttressed apse to E gable with facetted slate roofs.
Triple lancet to W gable.
Squat buttressed tower to NW; pointed-arch door to ground,
double string course above, 3 louvred lancets to upper stage.
Deep plain coped parapet over deep cornice. Slate roofs, saw
toothed skews. Bellcote/gablet finial to E gable.
Interior: stained glass to W gable and one nave light signed
Arthur J Dix. Hammerbeam roof. Carved octagonal oak pulpit.