Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Archaeological, Architectural, Artistic, Historical, Social

Original Use



1825 - 1830


50901, 111498

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Remains of freestanding double-height Church of Ireland church, dated 1828, with single-bay two-stage entrance tower to west gable end having battlemented parapet and originally with single-bay projection to north. Designed by James Paine. Ruinous in 1894, now mostly collapsed with tower and fragments of nave remaining. Roof was originally pitched. Sandstone ashlar walls. West tower has chamfered corners, diagonal buttresses, string courses, entablature to parapet, date stone and niche above entrance. Part of arch with ashlar voussoirs to east window. West window with ashlar surrounds and hood mouldings. Paired lancets to tower with central stone mullion and hood moulding having carved pendentives. Four-centred arched doorway. Built immediately to the west of a ruined Mediaeval church. Graveyard to site with various cut-stone grave markers and mausolea, c. 1830-1900. Gateway, built c. 1830, to north comprising pair of cut-stone piers with cast-iron gates.