Inside St Peter's Church, Withington (E)

Recent Photograph of Inside St Peter's Church (E) (Withington)

An account of the its history inside the church tells us that nave and chancel were built in the late 12th century - “the evidence being in the thickness of the walls and the 12th century doorways”. The windows were later additions, being added during the 13th century.

Decorations for the forthcoming Harvest Festival can be seen on the top of the Font, in the bottom right hand corner of the photograph, including what appears to be a purple cauliflower, and a succulent-looking marrow.

(Information provided by Rosemary Lockie)


Image contributed by Rosemary Lockie on 9th October 2008.
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