Seriously, though, this really is one of the finest, if not the finest timber church tower in the country. This claim is upheld by Pevsner and many others.
The tower consists of a lower storey with three lean-to roofs on each of the N, E and S sides. Directly above is an area of square weatherboarding. Above this, is another storey with four lean-to roofs, followed by what is a more common sight in this county - a square bell stage, topped with a shingled broach spire.