It really is possible to stand inside this gloomy unlit place and imagine oneself in the 12th century when it was built. There are subtle traces of earthworks north of the church which indicate that this was a more substantial settlement in 12th century than it is today. Nevertheless, by 1327 there were only seven families living here, plague exacted a heavy toll, so it is hardly surprising that the church is unchanged.
A beautifully proportioned cruciform church, St Peter’s has been serving the parish of Stanton Lacy since the early 11th century.
St John's church, Doddington sits at around 1000ft on the side of Titterstone Clee Hill, with stunning views to Worcestershire and Wales.