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Lowick, St Peter

Lowick, St Peter

Of early medieval origin but almost entirely rebuilt during 15th century and especially fine example of Perpendicular architecture, most notably its splendid lantern tower. From the former church is a display of early 14th century stained glass, amongst the finest in the Midlands.The tombs in the church lie in two distinct areas, in a chapel on the south side and another to the north of the high altar. All the tombs are to the owners of Drayton, beginning with the Greenes, then the Mordaunts, then the Germaines and finally the Sackvilles. The only exception to this is that of the Earl of Wiltshire, but he was the main Greene heir in the late 15th century. In chronological order Ralph Greene and his wife Katherine Mallory. This has recently been transported to London and back as it was included ...

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Contact & Opening Times

Main Street
NN14 3BG

Opening Times

Church normally locked, see below for contact details


Contact Details

Sarah Vogele-Hake

Email: [email protected]

  • Free parking

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