This was another church I took some quick shots of while o my Pillbox walk, we had parked near the church while we walked off to see what we had come to see in the village. The church was open but very dark so I left the photos for another time.
History as usual from Wiki.
"The Church of England parish church of St. Nicolas was originally a late 12th or early 13th century Norman building. It has a canonical sundial on the south wall. In the 14th century it was largely rebuilt with the addition of a north aisle and a south transept.The north arcade was rebuilt in the 15th century and the south porch was added in the 19th century, possibly designed by J.C. Buckler and built in 1867–68.
In 1893 a fire badly damaged the church and it was extensively restored thereafter. The octagonal upper stages of the bell tower were added in the restoration"
The church is unusual in that the bell tower looks stubby and as though they forgot to finish it off
Not far away on the outskirts of the village is this Chapel we passed going to visit more pillboxes along a nearby footpath