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St Peter and St Paul, Witton Lane

St Peter and St Paul, Witton Lane, Aston, Birmingham, West Midlands B6 6QA View on map

One of Birmingham’s iconic buildings, a parish church of cathedral proportions. Impressive 15th century tower with elegant spire renewed in 1776 - 7 by John Cheshire. The remainder of the church built to the designs of J A Chatwin in high quality Gothic Style. Interior has sumptuous east end with a wealth of carved decoration and good stained glass. Large number of monuments dating from the medieval period to the 19th century commemorating many people with an important place in the history of Aston.


Opening Arrangements

At any time by arrangement with the administrator. Building is open for 2 hours before Aston Villa home games on Saturdays, 10am-12pm.


Off A44 in Henwick Road, close to level crossing. Rail: Worcester Foregate (I mile), Worcester Shrub Hill (2 miles). Bus: Limited Service from Crown Gate Bus Station to Kidderminster or Nos 31, 33 or 44 to The Bull Ring St John's.

Parking Spaces


After 6:30pm weekdays and all day Sunday.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes