The church tower, and other major structures are 12th century, and the south wall of the nave is 15th century. There are Norman carvings on the font. The church has been nominated among England's 1,000 best churches (out of 14,000 such medieval buildings, 2,500 of which were shortlisted - a cultural gem). A classic medieval church in a pretty rural English setting.
This is a sundial.
Thorpe Church entrance 2000 and 1920. It hasn't changed much in 500 years, so why would it in 80?