This delightful, small, single aisle church is very close to Othello’s Tower and represents the essence of clean, simple gothic design. Much ruined now, it still retains many features that are fine examples of the stonemasons art. It appears to have been a fortified church as there is a parapet and sentry box on top of the remaining north wall. This could mean that the church was probably built prior to the original walls of the city being constructed. Though mostly headless there are the remains of some very curious gargoyles and lying in the empty aisle are the ornately carved bosses from the roof. The north door has been repaired to prevent it falling down and there are some strange carvings in its surround.