Buildings and artefacts
Grade I listed building; the church stands on the highest ground in the village at the end of the picturesque walking path; servery and WC facilities; improved car park; the organ as WWI memorial; north porch extension; small museum in the bell tower chamber; c.13th century font; pews with carved ends and finials; medieval rood screen.
Congregation to population ratio
Friends of St Mary’s group; arts and crafts exhibition; church fete; lottery fund; concerts.
Regular giving; coffee mornings; lettings; fair trade sale.
Website and Facebook page; newsletter 4M; village magazine; weekly mail; noticeboards; visitors’ book.
Summer hamper scheme; overseas mission; oasis teas; Holiday at Home Club; children’s craft activities; Lenten lunch; church-school links; Selah; churchyard tidy-up working party; church fete; concerts; open gardens; coffee mornings; parish walk; open days.