East Bridgford St Peter


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Historical Images

Engravings of tombs
from Thoroton (1677)
The church from the
south-east, showing
the C18 east window
The church from the
south, pre-1913
South aisle, pre-1913
Early wall footings
uncovered during
restoration work in 1902
Medieval floor tiles from
the chancel floor
The church after
restoration, 1914
The church from the
east, post-1920

Modern Photographs

View of the church
from the south-west
View of the church
from the south-east

View of the church
from east-south-east

View of the church
from the north-east
View of the north aisle
from the north-west

The tower from
the south-west

The south porch Statue of St Peter
above the south door
Decorative stone, with
geometrical ornamentation
on south-east buttress,
possibly late 18th century
The lych gate
dates from 1936
Grave marker to
Charles Bateman,
surgeon (d.1876)
The War Memorial
View of the chancel
looking east
View of the chancel
looking north-west
View of the chancel
looking south-west
Interior looking east
Interior looking west The north aisle
looking east
Medieval floor tiles
in the sanctuary
The Annunciation window,
commemorating the
restoration of the church