The Church Tower
The tower dates from 1640 and is constructed in coursed rubble. It is in two stages with diagonal buttresses. At the summit is a cornice and a battlemented parapet with splayed merlons. On the east side of the tower is a pair of doors, and on the north side is a blocked two-light straight-headed window. The bell openings have round heads. The tower has been designated by English Heritage is Grade 2 listed. Originally the tower was ‘capped’, a capped tower in itself is a York symbol for the Templars, this is only one of man, many Masonic and Templar symbols which festoon the exterior and interior of the church.