Reymerston, St Peter church

church exterior

Good shield of arms in tracery with similar strong colours to the east window

plan of church

A medieval and later church, consisting of a 13th century west tower with a north stair turret and an early 18th century top, an aisled nave with a north porch and a chancel with a modern south vestry. Inside are a 15th century font, a Jacobean pulpit, elaborate communion rails of about 1700 from Belgium and Gothic Revival choir stalls.

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east window

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The East Window contains large figures of Christ with St Peter and St Paul on a patterned background. The glass is probably 16th century Flemish but is not dated. Strong colours.