St Peter’s church is Grade I listed. The nave and the two aisles date from the beginning of the 14th century. The west tower and spire and the nave clerestory are Perpendicular, added in the 15th century, and the chancel was rebuilt in 1864. There are the remains of a medieval stained glass window depicting the nativity in the window behind the Lady altar in the south aisle.The nave has a fullset of Tudor benches, dating from the 1560’s their bench ends having carved linenfold panelling.
The project consists of repointing the external walls where necessary throughout the church; replacing some of the wooden gable end panelling that has rotted; removing and reseting loose stones and supplying and fixing 10 new pieces of granite from where the stones have previously fallen and are missing.