St Peter, Easthope
St Peter, Easthope, Shropshire TF13 6DN View on map
Medieval church of 12th century origin and noted in the Book of Lees. Rebuilt by Nicholson and Clarke after a fire in 1928 in an Arts and Crafts style. Notable interior features are a chancel window by Kempe, encaustic tiles, wooden chancel screen and a rare 17th century hour glass holder. Ancient yew trees in churchyard. The church has a rare carillon bell-ringing mechanism more in common with European tradition than that of English churches.
At all times.
Off Much Wenlock to Church Stretton Road on Wenlock Edge. Sign on road to direct you to the church. Rail: Church Stretton (9 miles).
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes