St Peter


St Peter's is a Norman tripartite church (nave, central tower and chancel) which has survived in its original plan. Many 12th century features survive and the central Norman tower remains almost unaltered, apart from its later parapet. The building underwent a major restoration in the mid 19th century when the W wall of the nave was taken down and the nave extended by some 19ft.

The project will replace the north side of the nave roof and repair the ceiling internally, as identified in most recent QIR.

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