St Peter, Gayton
St Peter, Gayton, Staffordshire ST18 0HL View on map
The church has a 12th century chancel arch and Medieval arcades to north and south of the nave. The chancel houses a 13th century wall tomb of an effigy with a sword and also, following the 1870 restoration, the Victorian stained glass window and sandstone altar reredos by RG Lomas of Derby.
Second and fourth Sundays of the month from service time until 4pm (or longer). Also second and fourth Wednesday of the month, 10am-4pm (longer during summer). Additionally on ad hoc days, especially during summer and at request by contacting the churchwarden to make an appointment.
- Is part of Ride and Stride
Small village sign posted off A51, just outside of Weston Post Office (postcode ST18 0HL). Rail: Stafford (8 miles) or Stone (8 miles)
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes