St Peter & St Paul
Built around 1300, St Peter and St Paul’s Church is a Grade I listed building. For centuries this was an estate church to a succession of noble families. The Victorians re-ordered the church in the mid 19th Century, but retained the fixed nave box pews, one of the church’s distinguishing features.
Following lead theft from the nave roof in May 2016, and a similar theft from the chancel roof in June 2018, both now have a temporary roof covering and are leaking badly. The funding from the National Churches Trust will assist with the repair and replacement of the nave and chancel roofs.