St Wilfrid’s Church, the building at least, is something of a contradiction.
From the outside it looks like any other small parish church. If anything, with it’s uninspiring pebble dash coat, it looks rather more mundane than other stone finished buildings.
It is only when one enters that the visual splendor of the interior hits you. If you can arrange it, the best time to fully appreciate the riot of colour that is St Wilfrid’s is on a cloud free spring morning when the sun streams through the stained glass windows bringing the Comper decorative work to life.
If you are unable to visit we hope you enjoy learning about the building we are proud to call our Parish Church.