Declared redundant as a Parish Church in 1972, the church and churchyard were vested in The Churches Conservation Trust (or Redundant Churches Fund as it was then). The church is located in an area of historic and archaeological interest. Inside, the building retains its largely Georgian fittings and escaped the installation of heating and electric lighting.
It is one of the Trust's most visited churches and with a team of volunteer stewards needed facilities to meet their welfare needs. After proposing various options and then obtaining approvals we have recently completed a small extension to the vestry.