Architect: S. Slingsby Staffwood
St Nicholas Church was started in the 15th Century and constructed out of locally quarried dark flint and stone. Indeed the church’s imposing tower is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of 15th Century tower building in the whole county coming as it does with a complete set of menacing gargoyles. Inside the church was extensively modernised by the Victorians but here and there medieval workmanship can still be found. Interior view as restored by S. Slingsby Staffwood. Published in The Building News, December 9th 1881.