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Wiggenhall Saint Peter, Saint Peter Church. RUIN.


Wiggenhall Saint Peter, Wiggenhall Saint Peter, Saint Peter Church. RUIN. The church of Saint Peter, stand ing close to a fortification bank, is fast falling into decay and is now dangerous, disused and separated at places by fencing. There is some ancient stained glass and verious objects of archaeological interest. It is to be hoped that it will be restored before it is too late. These Messents words, since, the church has fall yet more into disrepair. The roof, windows, contents, and some walls have now gone.
Saint Peter Church. RUIN. Cautley wrote: west tower, nave and chancel. This church is a roofless ruin, unfortunately, for it must have been interesting. The 15th century tower being built up to boundary has doors, north and south (gone). There used to be a south aisle for the arches appear in south wall of nave. The nave windows are very good and have dropped window sills to provide seats in nave.


Wiggenhall Saint Peter, Saint Peter Church. RUIN.