A lovely little church, but I can find little information about it.
There was a Saxon wooden church on the site, and then St Cyriac's was built in Norman times. The list of vicars goes back to the 1200s.
Obviously it has been much changed over the centuries, but there are still some wonderful Medieval features to be seen inside and out. The mortuary chapel of the Shadlington and Talbot families of Lacock Abbey dates from the early 1400s, and still retains many of its original painted surfaces.
St Cyriac, by the way, was a three-year-old child martyred by the governor of Cilicia in the year 303AD.
A lovely female head
The painted ceiling of the mortuary chapel
Sun and moon in the porch (late 1400s)
Gargoyle on the exterior
?Sun and moon on the exterior
Two ?dogs? as exterior decoration.
?Lobster? on the Sharington tomb (there were several of these, so I assume it was part of the family coat-of-arms).