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St Peter Ad Vincula, Hampton Lucy

St Peter Ad Vincula, Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire CV35 8BE View on map

Grade I listed church built 1822 - 6 and commissioned by the Lucys of Charlecote. The nave was designed by Henry Hutchinson and the tower by Thomas Rickman. The chancel, porch and apsidal sanctuary were added in 1858 by Sir Gilbert Scott. The east window is by Thomas Willement and depicts the life of St Peter. Pevsner describes the church as ‘a very good example of early 19th century church architecture, the richness of which is due to the generosity of funding’.


Opening Arrangements

Daily, approx. 9:30am-3:30pm and sometimes longer.


A38 Worcester to Tewksbury, in the centre of Severn Stoke. Rail: Worcester Shrub Hill (8 miles). Bus: Diamond Buses No 362 (hourly Worcester to Upton).

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes