Welcome to the Parish Church of St Peter, Clippesby

St Peter's is a round-tower church, dating from the 11th Century.  It is Grade II listed. Saxon, Norman, Mediaeval and Victorian influences are all apparent.

It has beautiful stained glass windows, mediaeval memorial brasses and many other interesting architectural features.

Its country churchyard filled with Spring wild flowers is still in in use and is cut with concern for its wild flowers and wild life.  It is a haven for grasshoppers and other insects and is a tranquil green area.

Until recently, our small congregation increased to fill the church for special services, and holiday tourists enjoy visiting.   Due to the Global Pandemic, the congregation has been unable to worship regularly due to the lockdowns and sadly the church was shut with visiting not permitted.

The community of Clippesby have their own website which can be found by clicking on this link www.clippesbychurchandcountryside.co.uk (opens in a new window).

Click here for more about Clippesby Church (on this website).

Cecily, Sheila and Eric by their stall for Clippesby Church at Repps on Sunday afternoon 5th September 2021.