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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.


  • Grant Recipient: PCC of St Peter, Easthope
  • Contact for access: Mrs Goodman
  • 01746 785029

Opening Arrangements

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).

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

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