The Church of St Leonard is the focal point of the village. Precise dating is impossible because it developed in stages, but in general terms it can be said that there was a place of worship on the site in Saxon times. The earliest part of the present structure, the tower, dates from 1140 and there is a list of parish priests dating back to 1223. Of note, there are medieval wall paintings and the Saunders Memorial of 1670. The Friends of St Leonard’s raise money to preserve this wonderful building and it is hoped with lottery funding to replace the roof.  Recent improvements include a new organ, a beautiful new kitchen, toilet and meeting room which have enhanced the church and enabled it to host many more activities.  For further information or if you would like to book the church or discuss God’s Acre  email: