For this church:
The churchyard is roughly rectangular in shape, east-west, with the church positioned centrally and the older church building lying against the northern boundary.
There are no burials. The whole of the eastern area is given over to a landscaped car park for the church. There is further landscaping with a few trees to the west and south sides, and the vicarage lies at the western extremity with its own garden beyond. The boundary to the south is a mature hedge and to the north a series of mature shrubs.
The Millennium Cross
The Millennium cross was dedicated in November 2000. It incorporates three internally lit cut out images of the cross; the three sided triangular design also represents the Holy Trinity. The structure which is sited at a high point at the front of the church grounds is made of painted mild steel plate and was designed by Kate Richards, a design student at West Nottinghamshire College. The brass plaque on the base column is inscribed:
A blue-painted metal sign, reading “Welcome to St Peters”, is positioned to the front left side of the driveway and was erected in 1998.