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Draycott and Rodney Stoke CE First School

Our Church

Draycott

The village church, St Peter’s, was built in 1861 by the architect C.E. Giles and is Grade II listed. The majority of the stonework is that known locally as ‘Draycott Marble’, which was quarried quite close by at Draycott quarry. It is famous for its stained glass east windows, the fine wrought-iron rood screen, and the neo-Norman font by William Burges.

 

 

Rodney Stoke

Our church, St Leonard’s, was built in around 1175 and is Grade I listed. It contains a screen dated 1624, which illustrates the rather gory martyrdom of St Erasmus.

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