St Petrock’s Church has existed since the 14th Century and consists of a chancel and a nave, both with south aisles, a nave porch and a west tower with south vestry. The church was re-built in the late 15th Century and has window screens and a font in the late perpendicular style. The church has a stunning 1500s fan vaulted rood screen locally made in Dunster and rare; most being destroyed during the Reformation.
The project is to install an ambulatory accessible and available toilet in an area of the existing vestry, and a servery in the south aisle of this church in rural Exmoor. No facilities exist currently.