The lancet windows and aisles date from the 13th century.
The west tower and spire date from 1340.
The church's inner transept angles at the southeast and northeast, chancel and crypt has been described by architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner as being "...one of the most precious survivals of Late Saxon architecture in England".
Cited in Simon Jenkins' 'England's Thousand Best Churches'.
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