Due to the Coronavirus and Government guidelines the St Peters Village tour will be suspended until further notice.
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Attend our flagship award winning Village Tour and meet many costumed characters from past centuries along with some surprises along the way! During the tour you will see the flint built church and find out a little more about its long history. You will hear of conditions in the workhouse, the Newbolts breakfast concerts for hundreds of fashionable people, the tower used in the Napoleonic wars, famous (and infamous) local residents and our ancient seat of local government for the area.
Bookings for the Village Tour can be made by phoning 07546 514948 or through Eventbrite.
The tour is conducted in 5 groups of 10 visitors, setting off at 5 minute intervals and covers less than a mile of flat walking, but does involve standing for a number of 5 minute presentations. It includes a break for tea or coffee (although no break on evening tours, or inclement weather tours). You are advised to allow two and a half hours for your tour. In very inclement weather we provide a dramatic presentation inside the church.
Access for visitors with disabilities. Children are very welcome on our tour. We would however, suggest a minimum age of 10 years to fully appreciate the experience. At the end of the tour you are invited to contribute towards our costs which average £4 per adult. After the tour light lunches and cream teas can be made available in the Red Lion, opposite the Church, by calling Kim on 01843 600895. Refreshments on the tour are optional at a cost of £1.Make a booking
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Take a look at what our customers have to say about us at St Peter's Village Tour
A remarkable tour of a village bringing the past to life though an excellent team of enthusiastic of volunteers playing characters from times gone by. It relies on voluntary donations. Takes about 2 hours of easy walking.
reidjohn60 - 25th Jan 2020