We are very sorry but we are unable to take bookings for Weddings at the moment due to the Covid-19 situation. As soon as we have news that we can reopen bookings it will be posted here.
If you are reading this page and are thinking about coming to to St Peter's Church for your wedding we look forward to welcoming you, helping you to plan in plenty of time and making your special day as happy and relaxed as possible.
St Peter's is a small but beautiful ancient church. Ideal for a wedding with fewer guests but can accommodate up to 150 guests with ease, more if you don't mind you guests being a bit squashed.
The church has a peal of 6 bells which can be rung by our experience tower team.
The Fee for your wedding for 2019 which includes the organist is £620.00 (the bells are not included in this fee). You are welcome to have recorded music for the entrance of the Bride and the departure of the Bride and Groom. Please speak to the Vicar if you would like more information about fees.
How do I find out if I can I be married at St Peters?
You may apply to be married at St Peter's if any of the following apply to you or your partner:
you were baptised in the parish. (This does not apply where the baptism formed part of a combined service of baptism or confirmation); or
you had your confirmation entered in a church register book of a church or chapel in the parish; or
you live or have lived in the parish for at least 6 months; or
you have regularly attended public worship in the parish for at least 6 months; or
your parents or grandparents were married in the parish
your parents have lived in the parish for at least 6 months; or
your parents have regularly attended public worship in the parish for at least 6 months;
Get in touch
If you're thinking about getting married at St Peter's we'd love to hear from you. We can arrange a time for you to come to see us and talk through your plans. To talk to us about your wedding call 01332 704835, if the answer phone clicks in please leave a message and we will contact you as soon as we are able.
The Vicar is happy to marry those who have had a previous marriage disolved. This will be agreed with the couple within the guidelines for remarriage in the Church of England set by the Archbishops.
More information on planning your wedding can be found at https://www.yourchurchwedding.org where you will find all sorts of ideas for music, hymns and readings and an online wedding planner.