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A Grade I listed monument, St Mary's Church was, from Norman times, a possession of St. Peter's Abbey in Gloucester. There was a Norman west window in the nave but the tower was built against it in the 14th century. Also 14th century is the font, while the timber framed porch dates from the 15th century and the pulpit is Jacobean. The church was restored by Waller in 1882 when the nave walls were scraped.