St Peter’s, Little Wittenham

St Peter, Little Wittenham ©Brian Hall
About

Originally built in the 14th Century, St Peter’s, Little Wittenham was almost entirely reproduced in 1862. The tower and ‘Ace of spades’ window are the only original features that remain.

The church lies at the foot of the Wittenham Clumps, close to Day’s Lock on the River Thames, offering the chance to experience beautiful scenery.

Services
How to find us
Address

St Peter’s,
Little Wittenham,
Oxfordshire,
OX14 4QQ

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