St Margaret’s is a picturesque country church in a beautiful setting. With its long history (original construction was 13th century) and peal of bells in the Early English bell tower, it is the ideal setting for a wedding. The Church Hall is available for hire, which can be of invaluable assistance to those travelling long distances.




The chancel of St Margaret’s from the nave. The organ can be seen to the right in the chancel. Stained glass, pews and the tiled floor all add to the charm of the church.






Detail of the chancel of St Margaret’s from the nave.


Behind the pulpit on the left can be seen the medieval Draycott Chapel, containing a number of substantial monuments to the Draycott family





St Margaret's contains medieval and sixteenth century effigy tombs of the Draycott family.