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The church is an attractive Victorian Gothic Church, consecrated in 1866.  The architect was Mr Edwin Holmes, of Birmingham.  

The church has a chancel with a vestry to the north side, a nave of five bays, north and south aisles, and an attached tower.

It is built of brick faced externally with cream Coxbench stone and rendered internally with plaster and dressings of Bath stone.

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