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Earliest Church records date from 1292. St. Peter's Church is a Grade One listed building. Built as a Chapel of Ease, a beautiful, simple, unspoilt, little rural  church, partly pulled down in the mid 16c. by the then owner who was taken to court by the villagers of Catcott and ordered to rebuild that which he had destroyed. There is a little booklet including the history of the church and a transcription of the graves. priced at £3. 50p.

St. Peter's Church was entered on the English Heritage "At Risk" register in 2014. Due to have extensive Roof renofations beginning after Easter 2016.

Thanks to the Listed Places of Worship (LPOW) and Viridor Credits grants, St. Peter's Church Roof repairs began at the beginning of April 2016 and will be completed by October 2016. As it will be safe to use the building we will be back in our lovely little rural church on Sunday 4th September for the Communion Service at 9am so please come and join us in celebrating.

We have now a lovely new roof and have held our Harvest Festival, the proceeds of the collection going to 'WaterAid' , we have also welcomed Catcott Primary School into Church to celebrate their Harvest Festival, always a delight!

On Saturday 8th October 2016 We are having an Open (and weather permitting) a climb the Tower Day telling some of the history of the church and hopefully learning some as well, so do come and see what we have in our beautiful little country church.

The door is always open early morning to late afternoon and everyone is always welcome, if you do come please do sign the visitors book.

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