The church, St Gregorys, is very old and well worth a visit. The first church was built on this site in the twelfth (isn't that such an odd looking word) century.
There is evidence of that church in the current building and one of the original pillars holds up part of the roof.
As you can see, whoever carved those original capitals had a sense of humour. The faces likely represent the men who worked on that first church. If so, it is nice that they have been captured this way, since rarely do we see the workers in portraits etc.
The church was enlarged on and off throughout the medieval period.The west part of the nave is coffered work from 1520 and there is a sixteenth century wagon roof in the north aisle.
The original 16th century paintings of the ten commandments, of which only scraps remain, are mostly covered over by18th century paintings of the creed and the Lords prayer.