St Peter’s Church, Hascombe


The church was built in 1864 by Henry Woodyer in the general style of the late 13th century. Betjeman described it as ‘a Tractarian Work of Art’. It replaced an older church from the early 13th century which in turn was on a site of Saxon origin. The rood screen is 15th century and was restored when the new church was built.

You can read more about the church here.

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