Stutton, St Peter's

St Peter's Church is situated about half a mile from the centre of the village of Stutton. It dates from the fourteenth century and was extensively restored in the Victorian era.  It is a beautiful church surrounded by beautiful countryside.

At the West End of the church is a striking example of modern craftsmanship, a stained glass window by Thomas Denny commissioned as a village Millennium Project in 2000.

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