The Grade II* listed village church in cornwell, St. Peter's, was originally Norman, and the chancel arch survives from this time. Most of the windows are Decorated Gothic and Perpendicular Gothic additions. The church was rebuilt in 1830 and 1882, when the present west window was added.
St. Peter's is a pretty little church on the outskirts of the village and is well worth a visit. However there is no direct vehicular access to the church and it is poorly signposted and the signpost to the car park is only visible as you exit the church! The footpath to the church crosses a small field and the final access is along a fine avenue of lime trees.