About St Peter's Church
Set at the southern edge of the town square, this Church has a Norman Arch (pictured below) that is dated to the latter part of the 12th Century. Much of the building is Victorian, but it is beautifully restored with a light and spacious feel, and regular concerts are held in the Church all year round.
The Church offers an excellent and sympathetic acoustic with good visibility for up to 250 audience.
Arriving by train
Petersfield Station is a short walk away, and is served by trains from Havant to the south and Liphook, Liss and Haslemere to the north.
Arriving by bus
There is a plethora of local buses in all directions from Petersfield, but many are sporadic late in the evening - check on-line for the latest timetables.
Arriving by car
From the South, take the A3M and then A3, heading north. Just over the crest of Butser Hill, take the exit slip to Petersfield and follow the signs to the Town Centre. At the centre, turn left (west) into High Street - the Church is 800m on the left.
From the North, take the A3M south and make for Petersfield Town Centre. Turn right into High Street - the Church is 800m on the left.
Click for a street map that you can print.
The Church has level access for Wheelchairs.
There are toilets at the back of the Church, and there is a wheelchair accessible toilet.
As with many of our Church Concerts, people have been known to bring a small cushion for the seats!
The church has its own website - click to visit.
hago events at St Peter's Church
- September 2009 - raising funds for the "Away From It All" scheme for disadvantaged families
St Peter's Church at the edge of the town square
The Church interior