likely on the site of a Saxon church, evidence exists for a Norman
church. Largely rebuilt and extended in the Early English period,
the double roof was originally entirely covered with Horsham Slabs.
The Clock with an hour hand only, the Font and the Jacobean pulpit
are notable as are the Seyliard and Holmden family memorials together
with the Jemet tombstone amongst others.
Medieval Graffiti at the base of the 'squint pillar' and the Bume-Jones
window at the East end are also worthy of seeking out. 'The Lych Gate
was designed by a Mr. Sales, a local carpenter, and its erection a