An attractive village set in beautiful countryside. Wisborough Green has a superb medieval church, dedicated to St Peter ad Vincula. The oldest part of the church appears Norman, though one theory has it that the building was originally a Saxon castle keep that was later expanded into a church. This theory is given some weight due to the sheer size of the doorway, which is tall enough that a man on horseback might indeed ride through the opening!
Wisborough Green church was a popular pilgrimage destination in the medieval period, as it housed religious relics ranging from a hair shirt, comb, and the bones belonging to St James. It also possessed a crucifix into which was set a crystal containing a drop of the Virgin's milk.