St Mary's, resting on the slope of the Bourne stream, was built late in the 12th century with Caen stone from Normandy. It was considerably enlarged in the 14th cent. and extensively restored in the 19th century.
A commentary on the architectural features, memorials and history is available in church
The massive greensand tower, housed six bells in 1651. In 1818 the peal was
increased to eight with the tenor weighing 15 3/4 cwt.
Copies of the 'Pitkin' Church Guide Book
are available in church or from the Parish Office - price £3.