AboutBeautiful church with chequerboard walls.
Set in a shady churchyard, this lovely church lies at the top of a long footpath. It has a low west tower, a long nave, chancel and south transept, presumably for a family pew. A few small fragments remain from the Norman church and there were additions and alterations in succeeding centuries, much being done in the 17th-century. In 1853 the chancel was rebuilt and the whole church restored by T H Wyatt. Both nave and chancel walls are faced with flint and sandstone chequerwork. Inside, over the tower arch, there is a large plaster cartouche of strapwork enclosing the date 1637, which is said to refer to the erection of a now vanished gallery at the west end of the nave
|Open Daily (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
* 10am - 4pm
Map & Directions
11 miles north west of Salisbury, off A360, on west side of Shrewton village.
Public Transport Directions
Nearest railway station: Salisbury (9.5 miles).