It was built in the Early English and Perpendicular styles.
They are in the transitional style between Norman and Early English.
The church dates from the 13th or 14th century, in the Early English and Perpendicular styles, with some 16th-century features.
Its architectural style is a combination of Romanesque and Early English.
It is common in the Early English and Decorated styles.
The south doorway, which is 13th-century, Early English, has lost its original character, being now square-headed.
Frisian is said to be the closest living relative to Early English.
The church is built in the Early English and Decorated style.
They went through the Egyptian rooms, up several flights of back stairs, and into a room marked Early English.
The general design and character of the current church are 13th century Early English.