This mostly 15th century church lays down Church Lane in the small Lancashire village of Tunstall, some 4 miles South of Kirkby Lonsdale and just North of Thurland Castle on the A683.
The church is reputed to have been built around 1415, though most of the current building seems to date from a little later. There are certainly the remains of a 13th century structure built into the church fabric, including a six foot long sepulchral slab, found when building work was being done on the interior of the church. There are also some 13th century capitals (the decorative tops of the pillars) with scalloped tops and defaced\damaged carvings. A major period of refurbishment in 1847 appears to have erased any further traces of the the earlier church.