Friday, 9 April 2021

Churches (99) : St Peter & St Paul, Kingsbury

The parish church of St Peter & St Paul in the Warwickshire village of Kingsbury has existed since about 1200CE. The church retains it's Norman nave though the rest of the church including the West tower was remodelled around 1300. The vestry was added in the 14th century with more changes including to the aisles in the following centuries. The church was restored in the mid-1880s.

The church is mainly built from sandstone though brick was used on the nave's East gable during the Victorian restoration.