Possibly built as early as the Noman conquest, the church has a thatched roof, round tower with carstone banding and a 15th century font. The round tower base and north wall contain elements of early 10th century Normand and Saxon stonework.
In addition to the loveliness of the architecture, the church has a number of historic connections, Margaret Paston daughter of John de Mautby and writer of the famous 15th century 'Paston Letters' is buried somewhere near where the south aisle used to be.
Services are on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sundays of the month at 8.45am.
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On the A1064, take the turn opposite the King's Head in the direction of Mautby.
At Mautby turn left, the church is on your left.