Priory Church of St Peter and St Paul
Dating from c.660, this is one of the earliest Christian sites in Britain that still has a daily act of worship. The Priory is Leominster's most important building and is one of the most important ecclesiastical buildings in the country. Its stone carvings are particularly important. The building was restored in Victorian times by Sir Gilbert Scott. Urgent repairs needed include overhauling rainwater goods currently causing water damage to the building, to improve ground water disposal and to repair external stonework and glass to the west window.