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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.


Opening Arrangements

Second and fourth Sundays of the month (following church services) and second and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 10am. Church is closed at 2pm in winter months and 4pm in summer. The church can be opened on particular days by prior arrangement, also ad hoc days when possible.


A442 Droitwich - Kidderminster, turn off at sign 'The Forest' at Hampton Lovett, church is at the end of the road. Rail: Droitwich Spa (2 miles). Bus: Nos 20 and 133 from Droitwich.

Parking Spaces


Additional parking at village hall.

Disabled Access

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