Built in 1905 by W R Simpson from a design by Truro Cathedral architect J L Pearson. The stone is from the local Grange quarry. The chancel is divided from the nave by a fine Gothic arch. The east end of the chancel is semi-octagonal behind a tri-form arch springing from slender columns, surmounted by a Gothic arch. Stained glass by J Powell & Sons, 1910.
Sunday 9.30am; Tuesday 11.00am
Open by arrangement
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