Dated 1843. Symmetrical plain Italianate hall church comprising wide-gabled 3 x 3-bay hall of square plan with entrance in S gable, and gabled single storey vestry wing centred to N gable. Cement-rendered and lined principal elevation, and harled side and rear walls, with droved and painted ashlar margins to windows and entrance door. Projecting cills to windows.
S (ENTRANCE) GABLE: symmetrical, centre bay slightly advanced with round-arched entrance comprising 2-leaf timber door with border-glazed fanlight in arch-head and date inscribed in keystone; centre bay breaking eaves as square plinth surmounted by open-work bellcote with bell, and bell-cast and ball-finialled pyramidal cap.
W AND E ELEVATIONS: symmetrical, with regularly fenestrated bays.
N (REAR) ELEVATION: shallow-gabled vestry wing advanced at centre of principal gable; vertically-boarded timber door flanked by hoppered border-glazed timber windows in W side, window to left of centre in N gable, and bipartite hoppered and border-glazed window in E side.
Modern border-glazed timber fixed-lights to principal windows. Low-pitched tarred felt roof with square ventilators at ridge terminated to N by cupola and harled 2-flue gablehead stack, coped, with circular cans; corrugated sheet cladding to vestry.
INTERIOR: all timber fittings to hall including pulpit in balustraded enclosure centring N wall beneath circular skylight circumvented by decorative pelmet; wide-boarded wainscoting and raked floor with horizontally boarded pews; centre pews integral with square columns supporting continuous roof beams running N-S, outer pews angled to centre.
BOUNDARY WALL AND GATEPIERS: harl-pointed rubble wall enclosing church, canted to N with rubble-infilled gate to NW wall, rendered rubble square gatepiers centring S wall with concrete caps.