St Mary’s Church is listed grade 2. The church sits in its own grounds with footpaths to all sides.
The church is built of coursed split face stone with ashlar detail work around openings and buttresses.
The nave roof projects above north and south side aisles incorporating clear storey lights and offering a long vertical internal appearance.
The roofs are finished with natural slate.
The west end the church is terminated with large stone buttresses framing the nave gable and topped with a open faced stone external bell housing.
At the centre point of the nave roof the church has a ventilated lead covered cupola.
Internally the church is plaster finished and fitted out with straight rows of pews on raised timber flooring. The church has north and south side aisles and a centre aisle, carpet finished.
The church is fitted with a wind organ and is in full working order.
The original gallery has been extended over two bays of the church and a decorative part glazed timber screen added in the 1980s forms a Narthex area for meetings.
The church has wc and kitchen facilities at the west end.
The full extent of the high nave roof can be seen from the nave forming the chancel arch.
To the left of the chancel arch is a stone pulpit and at the right a stone font. The font was relocated in this position during the changes at the west end of the church during the 1980s.
The northeast end of the church has been extended to form a meeting room with independent access.
This sits next to the clergy vestry and chancel.
The meeting room was built in stone in the 1990s and include facilities for the disabled.
The east end includes choir stalls; churchwarden’s chairs and a high alter with communion rails.
Below the clergy vestry is the plant room housing the boiler. The plant room has external access.
In 2014 the church removed the existing pulpit and formed a new chancel arch platform, adjusting the floor level to form a level access.