Peterchurch is a thriving village in the heart of the Golden Valley, its location visible for miles around due to its soaring church spire - one of only 2 glass-fibre church spires in the country. It was installed in the early 1980s after the original stone spire became unsafe.
St Peter’s Church is a handsome stone building, and parts of it date back to the mid 12th Century, though it was heavily restored in Victorian times. More recently the church has won awards for its conversion into a multi-use community building and during the week it is home to a community library, Surestart programme, and is also the venue for Flick-in-The-Sticks.
For vintage and veteran car enthusiasts, and anyone who just likes to see that the march of progress does not have to sweep all before it, a diversion through Turnastone to purchase petrol at West End Garage run by Robert Wilding is a treat. Evoking memories of a more romantic age, this little garage is a piece of motoring heritage - and if you arrive in you vintage car you will be invited to sign the Visitor’s Book.
All films and events for Borderlines May Festival 2012 are now over.
Details of the events programme at St Peter's Centre
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