The church dates from the Norman period, i.e., about 1100. In
1825 a gallery for the Singers and the church band was erected
on the north side of the nave, but in 1850 a new Vicar had
this taken down.
In its place a singers' pew at the west end of the church
developed into a west gallery. It appears that at about
this time a barrel-organ was also installed.
In 1873 the west gallery was deemed "unsightly" and
was demolished; the barrel-organ was replaced by a harmonium.